Before you take piano lessons, there are five important things you should know! Author/educator Robbie Gennet breaks down what piano playing is really about- and what it isn’t. If you have a clear grasp from the beginning, you can build the right foundation for a lifetime of musical inspiration. Isn’t it time you became the player you always wanted to be?
The piano has the most effective landscape to show the basics of theory in a way that’s easy to translate to any other instrument. Don’t just learn to reproduce other peoples music~ learn to explore the music within YOU. The Key of One can set you free! Find out more at www.thekeyofone.com ~ private lessons available by Skype as well.
Robbie Gennet is the author of The Key of One, a unique notation-free approach to understanding and playing music via the piano. He’s toured and recorded his own music and performed as a sideman with artists such as Lisa Marie Presley, Nick Lachey, Everclear and 7Mary3. He’s a longtime senior contributor to Keyboard Magazine and writes on music and socioeconomics for The Huffington Post. Find Robbie at www.facebook.com/robbiemusic and The Key of One at www.facebook.com/thekeyofone
Mario Ajero discusses the benefits of starting children’s study at the piano at an early age and the musical journey that his son, Antonio “Nio” Ajero, has taken when they started piano lessons around age 3 with songs by rote and the initial concepts and pre-reading pieces from the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Lesson Book 1.
To learn more about the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, visit: http://www.halleonard.com/piano
I demonstrate some initial piano activities that professional piano teachers or even parents can introduce to their pre-school aged children with the help of my 3-year old daughter, Olivia Ajero.