Learn Piano Basics in 7 Days For Complete Beginners
- Student should ideally have a piano. Music theory knowledge is a plus not compulsory
7-Day Piano Programme is a great way to transition yourself from wanting to play the piano to actually playing one. All you need to do is to follow our daily bite sized lessons for the next 7 days. We will be providing detailed video lessons with numerous practical examples for you to apply your new found knowledge. By the end of the programme you’ll learn the basics of music notation, playing skills, and your first song, Beethoven’s iconic Ode to Joy! In addition, we will also teach you 3 easy songs - Simple Gift, Greensleeves and Country Dance
Who this course is for:
- Beginner pianists or anyone who wishes to learn a few quick piano songs
- 04:26Day 1 of the 7 Day Piano Challenge
- 04:56Day 2 of the 7 Day Piano Challenge
- 06:33Day 3 of the 7 Day Piano Challenge
- 08:23Day 4 of the 7 Day Piano Challenge
- 08:15Day 5 of the 7 Day Challenge
- 08:39Day 6 of the 7 Day Challenge
- 09:04Day 7 of the 7 Day Challenge
As a young child, she admired her sisters playing the piano and hoped that one day she would be as good as them. At six years old, she received her first piano instruction from her mother, who developed her technical foundation and love for piano. After moving to the United States from Taiwan, she earned a music scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to continue her study in piano. She then proceeded to earn her Masters of Music at the University of Tennessee and Doctorate of Music at Florida State University. She had the privilege of studying with top pianists and pedagogues such as Barbara Rowan, David Northington, and Read Gainsford.
As a pianist, Michelle Huang has performed widely as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative artist throughout the U.S as well as in the Czech Republic, Italy, Switzerland, and Taiwan. She has appeared as a guest artist in numerous recitals and has given lectures, workshops, and master classes throughout Florida as well as in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Taipei, Taiwan. As a teacher, she has served as adjunct faculty at Walters State Community College in Sevierville, Tennessee and at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Currently, she is a full time faculty at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida. Besides being a musician, she is also an avid cook and enjoys trying out new recipes and entertaining her foodie friends.