A collection of articles about piano lessons and learning piano to inspire you on your personal musical journey. Discover
Meet Bev Barton, the 78 year old Musiah piano student from Burnside, Victoria who is giving youngsters a run for their money. In this article, we celebrate the achievements of this very special student...
Have you ever heard that there’s a connection between music and medicine? Anecdotally, people who study music, especially piano, often tend to go on to become doctors or high academic achievers in other fields. There is a reason for this. At Musiah we not only understand this, we’ve come up with a way to maximize the academic benefits / brain-training you will receive from your piano lessons.
The benefits of learning music have a reach that is far and wide in the development of all people, especially young people. For all sorts of reasons, the gift of music really is the greatest gift we can give our kids.
Most folks wouldn’t assess a human piano teacher the way they assess a piano lessons app. But what if an app was actually modeled on a human teacher? If you only give it a brief try (assuming there is little beneath the surface), you might never discover the years of tuition, knowledge and wisdom a truly special app might have to impart.
The voice of Musiah (the world’s first and only A.I. piano lessons teacher) is Brendan Hogan (Musiah’s inventor). But did you know that in story mode (an optional setting), there's a large cast of characters that are also almost exclusively played by Brendan?
Online piano lessons software Company Musiah Ltd takes a stand against the unfair pricing practices of international software giants. This article discusses how Musiah's passion for bringing the opportunity to learn to play piano to folks who might not be able to afford traditional piano lessons is leading the way in an industry where discriminatory pricing practices are rampant.
Are you ready to have your 'musical tea leaves' read? This article answers all your questions on such topics as 'What will I be able to play when I have completed the course?' 'What happens after the course?' 'Will I need private lessons?' 'Will I be able to play by ear/ accompany a choir / improvise?' and many more...
This article examines how learning piano will teach you the lost art of patience. Only patience, giving each task the time and focus it deserves, will result in effective, rewarding, enjoyable learning. This message is now more important than ever as more and more people are losing the ability to focus and instead are becoming increasingly impatient — which leads to shorter concentrations spans and learning difficulties that kill our ability to listen deeply and to absorb information.
Adults often believe learning piano is easier for kids – but is it? The truth is; adults have several key advantages over kids when it comes to learning to play piano. Adults already understand more about music than is often realized, plus they have other skills and abilities that kids just don’t have.
When learning piano, it’s important to set yourself small clear goals every time you practice. This article explains why this is important and why most people fail to achieve long term goals when learning piano and in life generally.
Piano lessons questions: How do you continue your piano lessons journey beyond your current lessons? How do you know when you no longer need a piano teacher?
Can you really teach yourself how to play piano / keyboard effectively? Absolutely. With Musiah, teaching yourself piano / keyboard is so hyper-effective it almost needs to come with a warning. In this article, Musiah inventor Brendan Hogan offers tips and insights to help students manage their rapid intake of knowledge and skills. Buckle up for the ride.
This article examines how learning piano can help you unlock your ability to learn anything want to learn.
The joy of learning piano is a wonderous thing. It can be truly life-changing, and yet very little about this most fundamental aspect of learning piano - the joy it brings - is being written about in blogs today.