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"Master of Improvisation"

"...more thrilling than a thriller!..."

" incredibly talented and entertaining artist..."


Afraid of improvising?

This course will not only improve your playing technique, but it will also make you understand music in all its depth as well as listen to and approach a music piece in a totally different way. Your sense of harmony will develop without you consciously realising it, making you highly intuitive musically. Composing a piece of music will seem way easier and, since you will be able to master any unexpected situations, this will bring you highly envied security while performing on stage.

Available in 3 levels, this course offers you a stunning total of 60 video lessons of improvisation with or without a form (like the Sonata or the Minuet) AND
it also comes with a free Workbook to accompany each of the lessons:
In it you will find lots of other examples on every topic, more ideas, tips, and a great deal of bonus material.

Most importantly: you don't need to have graduated in music in order to keep up with this course! All you need is some basic piano playing and music reading skills!

You want to make sure this is the right thing for you? 
Type in your e-mail address and you'll get 6 lessons from the entire course FOR FREE!

FANTASY (2009)

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The score of my piano composition
is now available for purchase and download in my online store!

This piece played a huge role in my development as a composer as it is very different from the pieces I had composed before. I used to plan an entire piece meticulously, only writing it down once I had its form and harmonic structure all laid out in my head. In the first composition lesson, Balz Trümpy asked me to write a Fantasy without any plan. I felt like walking through a dark forest at first, but soon I realised that this was so much more exciting and rewarding, as it allowed me to perpetually discover new possibilities and inspiration. My professor told me to dare to write down anything that crossed my mind - and I did exactly that, which is why a very famous hymn is quoted in this piece out of the blue. Without knowing, this piece and the process of daring and accepting oneself became a metaphor for freedom and changed me throughout as an artist.



The twelfth video of my new series
- Composers' B-day Songs - 
celebrates Olivier Messiaen, one of the most prodigious musicians of the 20th century. His music is very complex and revolves around colours, symmetry and divinity. One of his most famous works is the "Quartuor pour la fin du temps", which he wrote while in a German prison camp during WW2. He was so fascinated by birds that he spent agonisingly long periods of time transcribing their singing and more than a quarter of his entire compositions are dedicated to them.

Happy Birthday, Olivier!

Pianist. Improviser. Composer.

"The best in music cannot be found in the score..."
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