Creating a musical community for support

Hey Improvisers,

If there’s anything I’ve learned during my musical career, it’s that we learn best as part of a community. Whether it’s by playing in a band, taking classes with other music students, or simply hanging out at a friend’s house while listening to recordings, we thrive when we and our peers support one another.

With this in mind, my online piano students and I are presenting an Online Piano Recital this month. We’ll be posting a new video each day, and here’s what we have so far:

Day 1:
Olly plays a wonderful jazz interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake.”

Nathan Vranicar jams on Miles Davis’s jazz standard “Nardis.”

Day 3:
June Kamerling plays and sings “Shallow,” which was sung by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in the movie remake of “A Star Is Born.”

We hope that these performances inspire you with your own musical journey and if you wish to support your fellow pianists, you can “like” their videos or leave a supportive, encouraging comment.

Enjoy the journey, and “let the music flow!”


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