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The Magic in the Chords

Click to register FREE workshop on March 7 with WeMusic's Kelly V. 

The Magic in The Chords:
for Beginner Piano and Songwriters 

Students will use popular songs to discover structures and patterns in music that can be used to better understand contemporary music, leading to the composition and arranging of a student's own music. 

Students will focus on popular styles of music (rock, pop, R&B, etc) that is not in notation form. Instead, students will focus on improving their auditory learning skills to boost their creativity and musicianship.  Music theory will be a central point, taught in a fun a creative style that will improve the player's knowledge of harmonic and rhythmic structures. Students will learn about chords and how each one connects to one another, creating a authentic piano arrangements to share with family and friends.

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Instructor: Kelly Vargas

  • B.A, Berklee College of Music;  Songwriting with Concentration in Music Business & Music Production

  • Peer Trainer at Berklee College of Music: Berklee Learning Center

  • Songwriter, Performer, Producer and Audio Engineer 

By the end of this course, students will:

  1.  Begin exploring a love and appreciation for all styles of music

  2.  How to build strength and fluency in piano technique

  3.  Explore song form lyrics & harmony that leads into an exciting beginner piano arrangement to share with family and friends!

Take a peek at our WeMusic Flash Video for Beginner Piano!

Watch a Free Lesson to our MUSIC THEORY FOR BEGINNER PIANO Course! 

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Instructor: Dan Rudin

  • B.A, Yale; Composition and Music Theory

  • Juilliard Pre-College Division, Composition

  • Broadway and off-Broadway pianist, arranger and conductor​

  • Teaching Artist for the New York Philharmonic

Playing Beyond Classical:
Using Your Violin Training to Play Pop

In our violin group lessons, you will learn how to play the violin and transfer your classical training to popular music. Beginning by analyzing and surveying the historical differences between popular and classical music in violin music, we will explore different practice strategies, evaluate the role of the violin as a tool for melody and harmony, and investigate how we can become our own