Piano In A Flash is honored to be featured recently in Jazz Times—an iconic American magazine that’s been dedicated to covering all things jazz music for over 50 years!  The article, Chops: Teaching Adults to Play Jazz, addresses the innovative approaches that Scott “The Piano Guy”...

I don’t know about you, but I have a few things in my house that I just can’t seem to figure out how to organize. The worst place is the junk drawer, where we keep spare keys, post-it notes, a few pens, coins, random bits...

This is a question I’ve gotten a handful of times since my days at PBS— and let me tell you, I have a whole list! I picked a few of my favorites to share with you in this post (they're my favorites both because of...

For this blog post, we interviewed Amy C. in New York! Keep an eye out for more Q & A blog posts like this one: I enjoy hearing from students, and I want you to be able to read about their story with Piano in...

There’s so many words and phrases to know when learning how to make music. Below, I’ve included some of the most popular terms used in my courses as a “quick reference guide” for you to easily look up one you’ve forgotten!  Notes Whole note Whole notes are held...

Not by a long shot! I have argued (and proven somewhat successfully I think with the army of folks I’ve gotten playing over the years) quite the opposite. Consider … How long does a take a kid learning to play a brass instrument, or a say...

A large percentage of recreational piano players want, as their primary goal, to be able to accompany themselves (or someone else) singing. That percentage was much larger than I ever expected when I began to teach lead-sheet based, creative style piano. Here’s the great news:...