- 5 Students
- 45 mins.
Improve your overall sense of rhythm
Learn how to read rhythms on paper
Understand the basics of time signatures
A reliable internet connection
A laptop or desktop computer if you’re joining from home. The Google Chrome web browser is recommended for computer users
A tablet or smartphone if you’re on-the-go. The TakeLessons app (for Android or iPhone) is required for smartphone users
A built-in or external webcam
Reading and counting rhythms can be challenging for beginners, but this group piano class will make them a breeze! An expert instructor will lead you through rhythm exercises so you’re able to apply a knowledge of music theory to your playing. A discussion of time signatures will also help improve your technique. Soon these skills will become second nature!
I have been playing an instrument since the 4th grade (cello) and, as I learned more about how music works, was slowly able to pick-up a greater variety instruments with an increasing degree of ease. In high school, I decided to pick-up the guitar just to "have fun and rock out". I joined a band, played in the high school orchestra, joined the high school jazz band and began to practice songwriting and cover songs. Still, it was not until after I took my first class on music theory that I knew how much I not only loved the thrill of playing music but the discovery of how it worked. With this experience I can show you or your child why learning an instrument can be not only an exciting experience but an interesting and enthralling one as well.