Here at Quaverbox, you’ll find a bunch of FREE videos and piano tutorials, and also a series of $5.00 high quality piano lessons that form a structured piano improvisation course. If you bundle the lessons, you can save up to 50%!
View all the FREE and $5.00 lessons here!
The FREE Stuff
Free piano tutorial videos are about 5-10 minutes long and provide a mixed bag of improvisation tips. These clips are often shot based on something a student has mentioned during my teaching day, or a topic a Quaverbox Subscriber has requested. They’re a bit random in nature, so you might find a cool chord progression in one, learn how to play Happy Birthday in another, or perhaps learn some chord definitions.
All the free piano tutorials are labelled as Chordies and any cool chord progression videos are called Loops. You’ll also find some Articles which are text-based resources (yes, it’s good to read stuff sometimes).
This is for the serious learner who wants something far more structured. Each piano lesson is part of a broader course that takes viewers from the basics through to advanced principles in a step by step approach. There are loads of examples (played slowly), notes on the screen, and printable worksheets that contain exercises to help with your practice.
In Australia, where I teach piano improvisation, a 30 minute piano lesson costs $30, and most of that time is spent on students practicing, while I might provide 10 minutes of instruction and guidance. Here you get between 20 and 40 minutes of instruction in each video lesson along with examples that you can replay any time you like – all for a fiverr!
Bundle and Save!
Buy a bundle of lessons and save up to 50%! Many of our resources are frequently purchased together so we’ve created a number of discounted bundles that makes learning piano improvisation even more affordable!
View all our Lesson Bundles here!
One more thing
All our piano tutorials have a Difficulty rating from 1 to 5 and is indicated by the 5 dots. The more dots, the harder it is.
Level 1, as shown above, is for the beginner. But when I say “beginner”, you need to already know how to read notes in both treble and bass clefs and play simple songs confidently in both hands. A person with a little classical piano experience would qualify as a beginner.
As with any creative process, piano improvisation requires some maturity and a self-motivation to learn. The piano tutorials are therefore pitched at older teenagers through to adults. If you’d like to play piano/keys in a band, write some songs, or gain fresh ideas so that you’re not stuck playing the same thing all the time, then this site is for you.