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My name is Andrew Furmanczyk and I've been teaching piano professionally since 2005. My goal when I teach is to take anything that could be complicated, and make it easy and clear to understand.
My students have won in piano competitions, and passed the highest levels of piano exams. I will teach you the same material, so you can follow your passion to learn how to play piano and music theory.
Yes, there's no upsell or anything, I made these courses because I genuinely want to help people who have a passion to learn piano and music but can't afford it. I spent a few years putting what I knew about piano and music theory into these in-depth courses. In real life you would pay thousands of dollars for this info spread over years of lessons.
If you don't have a piano yet, you can jump into the theory course right away, and it will still help in learning piano, but if you're excited to learn piano right away, you can jump into the piano course first. Either course can be learned in any order.
Once you decide to learn piano, the first thing you're confronted with is that you now need to buy a piano (if you don't already have one laying around your home somewhere). Knowing what features you need and which models meet those features can be overwhelming. This guide will help educate you on what to look for, and finish with a list of which keyboards I think are best value for money right now.Read the piano buying guide