Jazz Improvisation Piano Technique For Originality

Want to make your jazz improvisation piano solos sound unique every single time?  You’ve come to the right place. In the video below, one of Steve’s Jazz Inner Circle students learns how to improvise unique piano phrases. Let’s get started. How To Play Creative Jazz Improviation Piano Solos Before you go further, take a few…

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Performance Anxiety: How To Deal With It

Would you like to learn effective ways to deal with performance anxiety? Are you one of those people who sound excellent in the practice room yet fail in front of an audience? Here’s a lesson that will help you learn how to perform without worry or fear. In the video below, Steve teaches one of…

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5 Must Have Robert Glasper Piano Licks

Would you like to learn some Robert Glasper piano licks? You’re in the right place for today’s Robert Glasper piano tutorial. You can perform some hip-sounding improv over minor chords with these licks. Let’s get started. Robert Glasper Piano Performance Example In the example below, let’s listen to how Robert Glasper solos over the Radiohead…

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5 Tommy Flanagan Piano Licks You Must Know

Would you like to learn some Tommy Flanagan piano licks and take your chops to another level? You’ve come to the right place. These awesome bebop licks will make you sound great over many jazz tunes. Let’s get started. Listen To Tommy Flanagan Playing “Raincheck” Before proceeding to learn 5 of Tommy Flanagan’s licks, check…

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Hiromi Piano Licks: Spicy Jazz Vocabulary

Would you like to learn some Hiromi piano licks to spice up your improv? You’ve come to the right place. In this lesson, you’re going to learn four licks that I transcribed from a live version of “Time Out”. These jazz licks sound really great and can make your piano solos memorable. Let’s get started.…

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3 Ways To Get Out A Piano Rut

Do you feel like you’re in a piano rut? Do you ever feel stuck or sick of the way you sound? Don’t worry it’s common.  I’ve experienced it too. But there are some tricks to break free. So, today I want to share with you 3 things I do to get out of a rut. …

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Successful Time Management In Jazz Piano Practice

Do you feel there’s not enough time in the world to do what you need to do? Would you like to learn successful time management techniques and practice jazz piano smarter? If so, this is the lesson for you. In this lesson, we’re going to explore 3 tips to make the most out of your…

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Drop 2 Voicings: 4-Note Wonders For Comping

Would you like to learn a fast and easy way to use drop 2 voicings? Want to move away from your ordinary triads in your comping? If so, this is the lesson for you. In this lesson, you’re going to learn a quick way to get those drop 2 voicings under your fingers. With these…

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