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Meet Your Mentor: Jim Funnell

Lessonface would like to congratulate Jim Funnell as our March Teacher of the Month. Jim has been a featured teacher on Lessonface since December 2016, primarily as a jazz piano teacher. The podcast begins with a segment from his piece "Still Untitled" and continues to explore Jim's journey through music.

Celebrating Lessonface's Fifth Year

This month Lessonface celebrates the fifth anniversary of our launch in February 2013. It has been a wonderful journey so far, and I wanted to write a quick note to mark the occasion, especially as we have achieved some noteworthy milestones in this past year:

Meet Your Mentor: Emily Coulston

Lessonface is happy to announce the revival of our podcast, Meet Your Mentor! We're starting off with our February Teacher of the Month, Emily Coulston. Emily is a songwriting, voice, and guitar teacher, as well as a talented performer. The podcast begins with an intimate recording of Emily's song, "Hands" and continues on with her experience as an educator and songwriter. 

The Importance of Transcription

An amazing way to enhance your musical vocabulary

Transcription may sound like a fancy musical term, but the truth is you have probably already transcribed a tune and didn’t even know it! Let’s start with Merriam Webster’s definition: 

Transcription - an arrangement of a musical composition for some instrument or voice other than the original.

Sound Bites

Sound Bites are live-streamed events with accomplished musical artists to discuss their sources of inspiration and motivation. The events are streamed, recorded, and totally free to watch live or re-watch later. Sign up on each individual event page to send your questions or comments for the artist(s) ahead of time, and to get access to the event recordings.

Mike Mitchell: Teacher of the Year!

Mike Mitchell, Lessonface Teacher of the Year!

...treat it no differently than they would coming to a studio in person.  Be committed to the process, realize that the instruction is the same, whether on screen or in the room.  Your work is no different.  The learning process is the same. 

--Mike Mitchell, Lessonface teacher of the year's advice on Lessonface & online music lessons

On Achieving Your Goals in 2018

goal setting on a calendar

Want to make some real progress musically in 2018? Now that the holidays are over, the new year is here, and winter is REALLY settling in (especially for those of us on the east coast of the US), it's the perfect time to cozy up to your instrument and think about what you want to accomplish this year — and how you're going to do it.

Set Good Goals

Goals should be specific and achievable

O Que Buscar em uma Flauta


After the course, if you're looking to take your flute playing to the next level, you can book a lesson with Celina Charlier here.

Learn to Play Auld Lang Syne and Deck the Halls on the Ukulele

Want to learn a couple of timeless hits on the uke and delight your friends and relatives over the holidays? Ukulele master teacher Khabu Young demonstrates a couple of holiday classics in basic and more advanced versions in these video tutorials. 

Auld Lang Syne

For Beginners

 Watch and download the documents following this video to get learn the chords and a strumming pattern for Auld Lang Syne. 

How to Play Silent Night on Fingerstyle Guitar

Leah Kruszewski demonstrates how to play a beautiful Silent Night in this short tutorial video.

Download the tabs for Silent Night for fingerstyle guitar here.

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