The ultimate minimalist left hand technique you need to know for jazz piano improvisation
Figuring out what to play in your left hand when improvising over chord changes can be daunting, especially if you are a beginner at jazz piano. In this article, I will present to you my favorite left hand comping technique that is both easy to learn and extremely powerful.
How to learn music by ear: a step by step guide
Learning music by ear is one of the most valuable skills you can develop as a musician. In this article, I will share with you my step-by-step procedure that will allow you to pick up any piece of music from a recording, reproduce it, and make it your own.
Making the shift from classical music to jazz
In this article, I am giving my perspective as a musician who made the transition from classical music to jazz, and I aim to demonstrate how a background in classical music can help you get better at jazz improvisation.
A modular approach to constructing solos: How the LickStack works
The LickStack is an online resource for musicians to share short snippets of music – licks. This article explains the principle and motivation behind the LickStack and how the repository can be helpful to you to expand your musical vocabulary and construct improvised solos.