PocketPiano - Pop Songs (piano course)
What you'll learn
- How to play piano correctly
- Theoretical essentials that will help you play your favorite songs all by yourself
- Playing your songs by ear
- Have a piano (acoustic or digital)
- Watch better from a tablet or a computer
It is a step-by-step course that will help you get where you want by following 10 lessons created especially for you.
It's focus is to help you play your favorite pop songs and no extra unnecessary information that you don't need.
If you are a complete beginner or if you already have some experience but feel stuck or maybe are confused in all the theory and how it works - THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU
You are a beginner
You want to learn music theory
You cannot read music but still want to be able to play your favorite songs
You like singing and want to accompany yourself on piano
You want to learn to play your favorite songs but feel lost in the amount of information out there
Here is what you get:
10 prerecorded lessons that you can watch whenever you have time. Watch the lessons at your own pace
A collection of priceless information to which you will always have access
Very nice bonuses if you enroll now
How to play correctly
Learning how to correctly use your hand in the very beginning will save you lots of time and work in the future.
Yes, notes, intervals, chords and chord progressions. These might sound scary but are essential and are not as complicated as you might think.
What you learn here can be used forever in the future
Learn the secrets of creating beautiful piano accompaniment for your favorite pop songs. Using all the theoretical knowledge, you will learn how to be creative and discover your inner artist.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners or intermediate piano players who cannot play piano by ear
- Beginners or intermediate piano players who don't know the theory needed to harmonize their beloved songs
- Singers who want to learn how to accompany themselves on piano while singing
- Intermediate piano players who want to learn musical theory - creating chords and chord progressions
Greta Gutuleac is a pianist and piano teacher based in The Netherlands.
At the age of 8 she started her first music lessons at the “School of Arts” in a small town, Ialoveni, Moldova. She has been studying at the “Scool of Arts” for 7 years, and the main subject was piano. Secondary subjects were: ensemble, solfege, choir and music history.
Only after 4 years after graduationg the “School of Arts” she decided that she has a dream to become a professional musician and here the work has begun. In 2013 she was accepted in “Prins Claus Conservatorium” in Groningen for the preparatory year. There she started lessons with Nata Tsvereli and Paul Komen.
In 2014 she started the Bachelor degree at Prins Claus Conservatorium. During these 4 years she learned performing, chamber music, solfege, harmony, enterpreneurship, teaching and methodology. She also participated in diverse masterclasses with various professionals. Participated in extracurricular projects, concerts as well as teaching internship at the local music school.
Has experience with organising concerts and performs around the Netherlands.
At the present moment is teaching in various music schools in the north of the Netherlands as well as teaching privately. Has experience teaching students of all ages and backgrounds and is expanding her teaching also online.