Imagine if you didn’t have to spend hours figuring out the notes!
Imagine how many more pieces you could learn!
That's because sight-reading IS hard. Especially at the piano. It's overwhelming, and it takes so much time.
As piano players, we have to:
The list goes on!
You’re probably frustrated and wondering: "Will it ever get easier!?"
It's time to take a new and customised step-by-step approach.
You’ll get your questions answered each month by hopping on a live Q&A call with me and fellow members. You'll also get instant access to all past live Q&A calls.
Every few months, I bring guest speakers from the piano industry for live or recorded interviews or workshops. You'll also get instant access to all past interviews and workshops.
Every couple of months, we'll dive into a specific music theme like Romantic Music, Classical Music or topics of your choice. We'll explore some history, fun facts and listen to recordings
Every couple of months, you'll get to take part in a challenge to improve a certain area of sight-reading, such as not looking down, reading ahead, playing hands together, and more.
You'll get access to a growing library of drills, exercises and sight-reading excerpts so you never have to waste time looking for music yourself. You can just log in and resume from where you left off.
And you know what the best part is? You can always request MORE excerpts.
Just fill in a form with the key signatures and the time signatures you want, and voilà! The excerpts you requested will appear within a few days inside the Club! Like ordering a pizza with your favourite toppings! Cool, right?
Normally, you can expect to pay anywhere from US$40 to $60 per hour for private piano lessons. This means paying around $200 every month for weekly lessons! Add to that the cost of sheet music and method books, and you can easily spend an extra $30-50 a month!
But there's no guarantee you'll get the results you want despite paying this much.
Why? Two reasons.
One: Your piano teacher probably won't teach sight-reading (very few teachers do, if any).
Two: No matter how hard you try, you won't find a method book that has specific sight-reading exercises, sight-reading excerpts with audio, warm-up exercises, drills, music theory, sight-reading tips, sight-reading challenges, etc. (I think you get the point.)
Every few months, you'll get to play in front of your peers without feeling like it's an exam or a formal recital. Play in your pyjamas if you want. We don't mind ;) You'll have something to work towards which will give you a reason to practise!
You'll be part of a safe and friendly community of piano players worldwide. You can cheer each other on and stay motivated. No need to feel lonely or discouraged anymore.
As a member of the Sight-Reading Club, you'll get special discounts on sight-reading resources such as apps and software.
You'll get a Sight-Reading Log to keep track of the pieces you've sight-read and a Sight-Reading Progress Tracker so you can see how much progress you've made over time. It'll give you a big boost in motivation!
If you're not completely satisfied with the Sight-Reading Club and you genuinely don't believe that it can help you improve your sight-reading and overall playing, then email us within the first 30 days of your purchase and you'll get your full money back.
You could keep doing it all yourself... and feel frustrated and discouraged when you aren't making progress. You might even give up!
OR, you can join us inside the Sight-Reading Club and learn to become the piano player you've always wanted to become - one who can just sit down and play!