Hi - SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Because of the covid pandemic, I am exclusively teaching online. The jazz, classical, improvisation lessons are proving to be popular and successful. One great feature is that I can provide a video of each lesson. Also, all of my regular students receive a free access to all my jazz courses. My lessons are 45 minutes. I teach in an organized Step-by-Step approach. The goal is to create a spontaneous, creative and meaningful music language in the subconscious. It Works! Give me a call, text, Zoom or email. I am happy to discuss your music goals and my teaching methods. I encourage you to check out my website to learn much more about me and my music career. I have an extensive online jazz piano course called "JazzSkills for Piano". I also have individual lessons called "JAZZ MASTERCLASS: Step-by-Step. I've also authored three books on jazz improvisation, including: "Jazz Improvisation For The Classical Pianist". Hope you will call me for a free 20-minute interview. Best to you. --Martan :) P.S. I am very passionate about performing and teaching piano. Music is my life. I believe that playing music gives us much joy and balance in our life.
I live to play, teach and enjoy music. Music is my life. I love helping students to realize their music goals.
Good vibe. Teaches at a pace he feels is right for the student. Lesson time flies by - this is good thing.
He's a excellent teacher who has published a couple of books on piano theory. He knows what to teach when to help a student reach their potential.
I have not studied with Martan but know him to be a superb pianist and excellent teacher: his use of tunes in his lessons is excellent, I think... sincererly, below
I truly enjoy studying jazz piano with Martan Mann. Here are some of the reasons why: Martan is a superb musician, much in demand, respected by other working musicians. Plays a wide variety of gigs, both solo and ensemble. What a treat to get one-on-one time and attention from a teacher of this caliber! Martan's approach to teaching is to help one master skills and get them into one's subconscious. The goal is to develop one's own "voice", to be able to play one's own complete musical ideas, and to express emotion through music. Not just read from a page or play memorized licks. Martan is creative, inventive. Not just in his own playing, but in his approach to teaching. He's great at coming up with multiple ways/techniques/analogies to communicate a concept, and to help get it into one's subconscious. Martan is amazingly patient, supportive, and positive. He guides you toward perfection - in how you touch the keyboard, how you listen deeply to the sound you are creating, how you feel the emotion of the music, etc. - but always in an enjoyable, comfortable way. Finally, I would say that you just won't find a nicer person than Martan.
I teach a step-by-step process. The student is given a small, fun exercise to play over-and-over, until it is firmly in the subconscious. Then, we move on to the next exercise.
This is the only way to become a proficient music improviser.
I have an MA in classical piano. In addition, I have studied with many prominent jazz teachers, such as: Kenny Werner, Art Lande, Mark Levine, Don Haas. Also, I am a performing jazz pianist.
In addition, I have authored three internationally published books on jazz piano. Also, I currently have an extensive online jazz piano course, JazzSkills for Piano.
My personal lessons are $65 for a 45 minute lesson. All lessons are on internet.
I love teaching and have been teaching for 45 years.
Again, I love teaching piano. I work with all students.
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Look for a teacher who understands your goals. The teacher should have an organized method to help you to achieve your musical goals.
What are your goals? How much effort and time are you prepared to achieve those goals?