JAZZ PIANO BLUEPRINT
Become a member of the Jazz Piano Blueprint and get unlimited access to all our content with a new course released every month! Learn to play blues and jazz with my unique teaching method developed over 25 years as a professional educator and performer. This method has helped thousands of students master jazz and blues piano, with many going on to have successful careers as professional jazz musicians. Follow a clear and structured path and get awesome in-depth video lessons and pdfs to help you achieve your dream of playing blues and jazz piano!
The membership costs $35/month and is currently discounted for charter members at $25/month for the lifetime of your membership. You can cancel your subscription at any time.
HOW DOES THE JAZZ PIANO BLUEPRINT WORK?
I can’t wait to get started teaching you this method of learning blues and jazz piano which follows a clear and structured path. I have seen it work for thousands of my students worldwide and thanks to the Internet I can now reach thousands more students with awesome in-depth video lessons and pdfs to help you achieve your dream of playing blues and jazz piano!
We will be covering many genres as you progress and the first tune we are going to deep-dive into is the totally awesome ‘Watermelon Man‘ by Herbie Hancock.
Become a member of the Jazz Piano Blueprint and get unlimited access to all our content with a new course released every month! Join our community and send me your questions and I will answer as many as I can. The membership costs $35/month and is currently discounted for charter members at $25/month for the lifetime of your membership. You can cancel your subscription at any time.
Have you struggled to learn blues and jazz piano? Do you want to play blues piano but don't know where to start? I'm here to help you. Have you been told that you can't learn blues, that you either have it in your bones or you don't? I am here to tell you that you CAN learn blues piano. I know because I did it!
I am a full-time professional musician, composer and educator with more than 25 years experience teaching around the world at varies universities and music schools. During this time I have created and refined my teaching methods when teaching blues piano to just 25 steps. I am going to show you these 25 steps here in BPB and you will sound like a pro!
I have successfully taught blues and jazz piano to many thousands of people, from beginners to advanced students - many of my students are now professional musicians.
ABOUT GREG LLOYD
Greg Lloyd is an Australian professional Jazz Pianist, Composer and Educator with a B.Mus. in Jazz Performance from the Sydney Conservatorium and Australian National University. For 25 years Greg has been helping aspiring musicians learn blues and jazz.
Greg has taught at numerous universities worldwide and has performed at the Berlin Jazz Festival, the Barbican and in major venues in New York, Dublin, Sydney, London and Paris. Greg has studied with Joe Zawinul, Lee Konitz, John Patitucci, Mike Stern, Mark Murphy, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen and Mike Nock and on the Rock side of things he has collaborated with Damon Albarn (Blur/Gorillaz).
Greg is known for his engaging and supportive style of teaching, his humour and his ability to teach complex harmony and musical theory 'by stealth'. His unique method has helped thousands of students to master jazz and blues piano with many going on to have successful careers as professional jazz musicians.
What students have to say about Greg's teaching
"I’ve had the great fortune to be a student of Greg Lloyd’s for the past few years, during which time he has brought my piano playing to a level I didn’t think possible. Greg does more than just teach the technical aspects of jazz/blues/funk piano. He delights in passing on his deep knowledge and love for the music, can unlock the secrets of developing a great sound, and can even teach that most elusive of elements: “the groove"
- Rob, Gleanageary, Co. Dublin
"Learning improvisation as a discipline, an exploration and pure fun”
Jem Golden, Dublin, Ireland