Do you wish to play the piano with ease, confidence and natural musical expression, but wonder how to deal with tension or self-doubt?

Whether you are a professional or amateur, your time at the piano is important to you. No matter how much you practice you might feel you don’t get the results you want. You might feel tense during practice and frustrated about how to deal with it. You may sometimes have doubts about your ability or career. Maybe you wish to perform with more confidence and wonder how to deal with stage fright.

You may have tried practicing longer, playing scales and exercises, or adjusting fingerings and hand positions. Maybe you have read books or have taken medications to ease the mind and feel more comfortable during performance. Yet despite your committed efforts, your playing doesn’t quite match the standards you strive for.

If you are committed to developing your unique musical gifts, you are in the right place. It is possible to play with more ease and freedom, and perform with greater confidence and musical expression.

For more than 10 years I have been helping pianists achieve their musical goals. As a teacher of The Art of Practicing, I am committed to helping pianists discover their unique ability to play piano with more freedom, confidence, and communicative power.

If you are ready to learn more about how I can help you, I invite you to schedule a free consultation.

If you would like to know more about my approach, follow this link to read more about lessons and how I teach.

And, you may be wondering if my approach can really help you? Click here to find out who benefits from my approach.

Best wishes for joyful music making,

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Louis Yungling