Playing Lead Sheets
About Playing Lead Sheets
For any instrumentalist ready to learn, this practical class will show students how to read and play from lead sheet music. Lead sheets are the main notation format used in musical theatre, songbooks, and jazz standards. They also show you the basic harmonic and melodic ideas that can be interpreted with some freedom by a solo instrument or ensemble. This class is designed for all levels of reading and playing proficiency; advanced students can practice voicing and improvisation during the class. Take the lead in your musical journey – see you in class!
- - The students will learn how to read and play lead sheets
- - The students will learn how to play all chords
- - The students will learn about chord extensions
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Weekly 30-min sessions on Tuesdays, at 2 pm ET | 11 am PT | 19:00 UTC.
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Composer, music theorist and educator. I teach how to play piano, write songs and everything on music theory and composition. I studied Music Theory and Composition and I hold a Masters in Composition as well. I also studied Music Pedagogy, Sound Art and Creativity and I am currently doing a Masters in Media, Art, Design and Technology.
All my lessons are tailor-made for each student, so we can talk about your needs and I'll try my best to help you.
If you are looking to have a diploma. I can help you to take the ARBSM theory examinations (Grades 1-8) and Associate and Licentiate diplomas.
I also teach composition, harmony and melody for popular styles.