World record holder for the Fastest Piano Artist of the World & has 52 world record titles to his name.
US $45 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
Pay as you go, 2 classes at a time
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An ideal course for beginners wanting to create something unique in music, Piano Music Composition for Beginners lasts for 32 weeks with one 45-minute lesson per week. Students will learn the basic components and fundamentals required to compose music on the piano, including the formation of scales and chords and how to use them. This course, taught by renowned pianist and composer Dr. Aman Bathla, is perfect for hobbyists and aspiring professionals alike.
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Doctorate in Music Therapy (Prenatal Specialist) from Common Wealth University
Fastest Piano Artist of the World from World Records University
Owner - Aman Bathla's Passionotes the Piano School
Director - OAKS GLOBAL ART & CULTURE FOUNDATION
Rather than teaching from sheet music or traditional songs, Dr. Bathla leads students on a journey of musical exploration and discovery. Great for beginners or those looking to brush up on the basics, Dr. Bathla works with each student at their learning level and style. Beginning with learning all major and minor scales along with the accompanying major and minor chords, students master the basics before moving onto learning how the components of music work together to create new pieces. In addition to lessons in theory and practical application, exponent Dr. Bathla will also instruct students in the correlation between Indian and Western classical music, including how thaats and scales relate to one another and how to navigate both musical worlds as a composer.
About Teacher: With over a decade of experience, Dr. Aman Bathla holds several national and international awards as a pianist and composer. Holding the record of fastest piano artist in the world with an original composition, Dr. Bathla also received an honorary doctorate from World Record University based in the United Kingdom for his achievements as a multiple world record holder. He also holds a Degree in Music Therapy from Commonwealth Vocational University. Dr. Baltha has taught hundreds of students of all ages and received awards for skill-based music education and excellence in music therapy.
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Has a unique learning style
Is at a different learning stage
Has different posture and instrument holding style
Has different mind-hand coordination
Has a different understanding of rhythm and melody
And a different GOAL!
Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori, a harpsichord maker, invented the piano in 1709. One of Cristofori's original pianos is still on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.