What’s up my piano friends!! I’m Zach Evans and in the Piano Superhuman I’m going to teach you the piano tips, strategies, and tactics used by world class piano players that YOU can implement in your own practicing. If you’re interested in learning how to play piano, these strategies will help you get the most out of each practice session and take your playing to the next level. Whether you take piano lessons, or learn piano online yourself, it’s a huge benefit to learn from the experience of top pianists - What is their practice routine? What did THEY struggle with (and how did they overcome it)? What strategies did they use to learn piano faster and more efficiently? We’ll answer all these for you in the podcast to help you learn piano, stay motivated, and eliminate as much frustration as possible to reach your goals :)
67 Year Old Woman Learns Piano - Her Progress and Lessons Learned
28:34Sharon retired and picked up piano - she's been playing for a year now and is having a TON of success! She completely debunks the myth that "you can't learn piano when you're older" and has been killin it on the keys. In the episode we go over her mindset, how she memorizes music, how she warms up her fingers at an old age, how she overcame hands together coordination issues, and more.
How to Get Hands Together Coordination the Easy Way
15:20Getting that darn left and right hand to work together is a HUGE struggle for a lot of beginner piano learners. But it doesn't have to be. EVERYONE goes through it, but there's a way around it that works every time. It's an 8-Step process that'll destroy any Hands Together issues you have in their tracks!
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Adult Beginner Learns Piano Successfully - Here's How
48:40Katherine didn't start learning piano until she was an adult. The first couple years with her first teacher were a struggle... until she got a new teacher and discovered the Piano Superhuman lessons. Now she's been killin it and learning faster than ever. In this episode we talk about how she did it.
75-Year-Old Piano Player Learns FASTER Using New Practice Strategies
14:12Maureen used to struggle with learning piano - until she discovered the power of using practice strategies and Accelerated Learning Techniques. In this episode we'll deep-dive into some of her favorite learning strategies, and how exactly she ramped up her progress.
4 Ways to Boost Your Piano Sight-Reading
31:29A lot of people think that sightreading is ONE skill, but in reality it's a combination of FOUR subskills. So the fastest way to boost your sightreading is to isolate each of the four subskills, learn them really well, and then put them together. This kind of method, and implementing the "Sightreading Workout Plan" can give you a huge boost in your sightreading speed.
Experienced Piano Teacher Talks About Importance of Technique, Recording Yourself, and Slowing Down
25:33Alecia is an experienced piano teacher I met back when I lived in Nashville. We talk about a lot of cool things in the interview, including the importance of recording yourself (for PRACTICE purposes), learning good technique (and scales!), and slowing way down when you practice. Enjoy!
Piano Student Learns to Play By Ear FAST - Here's How
16:38Fabian's a piano student who really put the effort into the Play by Ear Exercises- and it's paying off! He's learned to play by ear in no time by following the system, doing the exercises, and seeing the results. We also talk about other strategies he uses, like learning arpeggios and his practice routine.
Olympic Training Applied to Piano
20:55Olympians are the top athletes of their field. But there's a lot we can learn from them in how to learn piano faster. Concepts like Variability Training, Progressive Overload, and Attention to Detail can be seamlessly integrated into your practice routine to take your piano game to the next level.
New "Wholistic Learning" Approach to Piano
52:20There's a new way piano is being taught to kids - and Gina, my guest today, has a ton of experience with it. This new system from the "Let's Play Music" uses many non-traditional methods for kids to learn not just piano, but really the concepts of music. For more info you can go here: https://www.letsplaymusicsite.com/
68-Year-Old Piano Player - Progress From 6 Months of Practice
14:43I love the attitude of this Piano Superhuman Student. His name's Ken, and he's 68 years old an excited to learn! We talk about all the success he's had so far, especially when using the Hands Together Domination exercises and overcoming hands coordination issues, as well as using systematic practice structures.