I’ve been a busy bee behind the scenes, which means you haven’t seen too many new posts in a while.
But now, most of the behind-the-scenes work is done, and I’m excited to share the news with you!
Brand New Layout
Hope you enjoy the new layout of the site! It should be much easier to navigate.
Additionally, you can now create an account on the site where you’ll find all your:
- Shopping information including downloads, addresses, and payment information
- Courses you’re enrolled in
- Community Groups you’re a part of (right now only accessible to those enrolled in courses)
- Forums you’re a participant in
- Your own personal community profile page
I have two brand-new courses for you with more on the way.
Available now are:
How to Read Sheet Music
Learn how to read sheet music and the logic behind it in this free course, so you can approach any music or any kind of notation with confidence.
The Pianist’s Guide to Fingering
This course provides a framework of goals and strategies for choosing fingering that is comfortable, consistent, and emotionally expressive. Start owning your piano journey today.
The course is $100 off until August 9
In the very near future, I’ll be launching courses on intervals and scales, building chords, and an introduction to functional harmony, so if you don’t want to miss those, make sure you subscribe below!
In the far future, I’ll be covering more concepts in music theory and in piano technique, and I’m excited to dig deeper and deeper as I knock out these intro courses!
More Content Coming Soon
Finally, upcoming content!
I’m excited to share more analyses of popular piano pieces. You can look forward to analyses of the first movement of Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata and” a deep dive into form in Mozart’s Rondo in D major, K. 485.
Additionally, I’ll have more guides coming your way, so you can make the most of your practice time.
Stay tuned and happy musicking!
About the Author
Amy King is a music theory and piano instructor currently residing in the Chicago area.
- Master of Music in Music Theory and Cognition from Northwestern University (June 2020)
- Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and English Literature from High Point University (May 2016)
- where she received the Outstanding Senior Music Major Award, which is awarded to one single graduating music student per year
Amy has been teaching private piano lessons for 12+ years, taught classroom music theory for 5 years, directed choirs spanning ages 4–25, led and arranged for a university a capella group, and composed and arranged music for various soloists and ensembles.