With many of us confined to our homes due to current circumstances, it does potentially make for a great opportunity to make the most of the situation by practising the piano! However, the subject of how to practise effectively is rarely taught. Much practice is unfocused and unproductive (or worse, leads to bad habits that might be hard to break in future).
To help you get the best results from your time spent practising, I’ve created a free two-week email course based on the videos from my Practice Tools video lecture series. Suitable for pianists of any level, it comprises ten lessons introducing various practice tools that will help you to:
- Structure your practice sessions and practise efficiently
- Learn new pieces faster and build more solid foundations
- Develop speed using a better approach then simply increasing the metronome with each repetition
- Improve the quality of your playing
As one of our initiatives to provide useful and inspiring content during this time, we’re making this course available for free to anyone and no subscription to the Online Academy is required for participation. All you need to do in order to register is sign-up with your email address, and you will receive your first lesson on the 14th of April (or immediately upon sign-up thereafter).
Please click here to sign-up and for further information and use the buttons below to share this course with anyone you think might be interested!
It it my hope that this course will inspire you to practise well and give you the necessary motivation to keep this going until you have some momentum.
Remember – it’s the quality of the practice that counts, not the quantity! (Tweet this quote)