Learn to play Jazz on the piano
WKMT keeps on designing useful, interesting and exciting courses and pieces of advice for all those music connoisseurs interested in music. Different topics and subjects to learn from, and to become a master with.
If you are a student of ours, you will be notified by your WKMT Accredited piano teacher. In case you are not, you can either:
- Join our free virtual sessions scheduled for the entire month with subjects like composition, piano technique, music analysis, etc.
- Follow our Music Blog in which you will find plenty of posts talking and analyzing several different areas of music.
In regards to the latter, that’s what we bring today on our blog. The recent blog entry was written by our piano tutor Ana Ortiz Wienken. A piece of advice, with helpful tips on how to learn Jazz piano.
Ana Ortiz has written full advice to help you all understand Jazz music on the piano, and how to play it efficiently and smoothly. WKMT receives plenty of queries requesting jazz piano lessons, either via online or face-to-face in our London studios. Most of them, beginners, interested in this genre of music on the instrument. Undoubtedly, a charming idea. We usually teach Classical music, but we must confess that the interest for Jazz has become more significant during the last two years. Fashion, we guess. Anyway, we adapt to everyone, and for that reason, in our blog, you will find plenty of advice and help with your learning.
In this post, you will learn crucial points like:
- Meaning and Aim of Jazz Music
- What you need to start with
- Steps to go through as a beginner
- Essential tips to bear in mind
- Some Harmony concepts
You will need to get familiarized with some concepts and ideas, chords, notes, movements, essential points to go through when learning Jazz, etc, which will make you understand its importance and the meaning, musically speaking.
We invite you to read the full article by clicking on the top of this post. We would better leave the expert to talk about this great and exciting topic. We would love to hear from you, so do not hesitate to let us know what you think and if you have any ideas on this context.