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Jesús Molina, Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
How to Improvise a Beautiful Melody: 9 Tips From Jesús Molina
How do you find melodies? World-class pianist Jesús Molina shares sage advice on how to improvise beautiful melodies on the piano.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Sound Amazing on the Piano in 5 Minutes
With the right tools, anyone can sit down on the piano and play something beautiful in 5 minutes or less. We'll show you how!

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Create Emotion With Only 4 Notes ✨ (Beginner Piano Lesson)
Everyone can play piano! Here's a simple but beautiful exercise that only uses four notes. Make it your own and impress your friends!

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
How to Play a Dramatic Melody (Beginner Piano Lesson)
Sometimes you just need an extra touch of drama in your life. Learn how to play a very accessible yet impressive motif on the piano.

Charmaine Li  /  Improvisation
A Classical Pianist Learns to Improvise (Charmaine’s Reflections)
Classical training teaches you to read music like a pro, but few modern classical musicians studied improvisation as part of their education.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
5 Styles of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
“Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” isn’t just a song for kids. You can actually do A LOT with this basic melody.  In this very special mini lesson, guest artist Kevin Castro will show you “Twinkle Twinkle” in five genres. Trust me—it’ll blow your mind! 🤯 Note: this is a more advanced lesson that requires some previous […]

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
“I’m Afraid of Solo-ing!” (Easy Piano Improvisation Exercises)
Soloing can be scary! Here are some easy piano improvisation exercises for beginners to get you started on soloing and jamming.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Little Things That Make a Big Difference In Your Playing
Spice up your chord progressions by adding sus chords, inversions, and slash chords. Here's how to add variety to your music.

Brett Ziegler  /  Improvisation
Cocktail Piano 101
An introduction to cocktail piano with some ingredients to get you started: free resources, chords, scales, and more.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
3 Beautiful Melodies ANYONE Can Play
ANYONE can create something spectacular on the piano! Here are three basic melodies that you can learn without much previous experience.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Riffs and Fills Made Easy
Add an extra ~pizzaz~ to your piano playing by adding riffs and fills to your chords. Here's the breakdown for a simple riff.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
The Creative Piano Challenge
Piano players of all levels prove that anyone can sound awesome on the piano.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Beautiful and Romantic Piano Music
When I think of beautiful and romantic music… I think of the piano. This lesson is about bringing out the softer side of the piano

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Create Emotion With 4 Notes
You don't need a lot of notes to create emotional music. Create emotion with just 4 notes from this beautiful pattern.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Play Beautiful Background Music At Church
Calling all church pianists! (Or wannabe church pianists.) A HUGE part of a church pianist’s role is to provide appropriate background music during different parts of the service. I first learned how to play chords and songs while playing the piano in a church youth band. Over the years, the skills I learned in that […]

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Use Your Piano To Reduce Stress
Try this creative exercise and use your piano to reduce stress. It's like a trip to day spa, in your own home

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Sound Better At The Piano (Right-Hand Piano Fills)
Right-hand piano fills can transform your playing. Sound better on the keys with these 3 right-hand piano fills.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Create Emotional Piano Music
Create your own beautiful and emotional piano music with these simple tips. See how I approach writing and playing with emotion.

Lisa Witt  /  Improvisation
Piano Intros, Outros & Interludes
Learn how to create your own intros, outros and interludes for your favorite piano songs. Use these tips to start and ending your songs.

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