Harmony at the Piano is a hands-on musicianship class for students eager to expand their understanding of harmony, melody, and form. Students will develop their ears, sight-reading skills, compositional skills, and theoretical knowledge.
The class is modeled after Nadia Boulanger’s work at the Paris Conservatory. Each student progresses at his/her/their own pace in a comfortable, low-key, studio-like environment. The class will be held each semester and may be taken an unlimited number of times.
This workshop series is designed for pianists who read treble and bass clef fluently and feel at ease navigating the keyboard. It may be taken independently as a stand-alone class, concurrently with a Music Theory & Literacy course, or it may serve as advanced study for those who have already completed the Music Theory & Literacy sequence.
(For students with limited piano experience, please consider Intro to Harmony at the Piano.)