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It is hard to tell exactly when one has progressed over to the advanced level, or exactly when one should be practicing advanced materials. I hope that at this point you have fully embraced playing the piano as a lifestyle and not a chore; therefore, you are no longer obsessed with skill levels and impressing your friends, but instead, driven by self-improvement and making good music.
It is this realization and revelation you'll know you're ready to progress to the advanced materials. Throughout the beginner and intermediate level, you have developed the patience and discipline needed by doing the work even though it was hard and tedious at times.

Being an advanced player is about making good music by using the tools (theory, technique, chords and scales vocabulary) that you would've developed in the previous levels. So, take time to learn and improve your skills with the beginner and intermediate materials before taking on the advanced courses.
The Secret To Passing Chords
In this course, you will learn about the seven types of passing chords; First-inversion, Diminished Chromatic, Minor Chromatic, Secondary Dominant, 2-5-1, Tritone Substitution, and Chromatic Mediant. Jazz and Gospel pianist relies heavily on these passing chords, and their concepts, therefore, if you aspire to play those genres effectively, this course covers ALL of the secrets.
Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee - Hymn Reharmonized
In this tutorial, you will learn how to take a simple and famous classical melody and reharmonize it using modern Jazz/Gospel Harmony.
Oh Dannay Boy - Re-harmonized
In this tutorial, you will learn advanced reharmonization techniques using the old Irish melody "Oh Danny Boy."
Included in this tutorial is the transposition of the reharmonized chords in all 12 keys. This way you can learn these techniques is your favorite keys.
Technique Building

Often times your growth and development have little to do with how many hours a week you practice, but rather how much time you spend crafting your technique. Different from practicing songs, the technique process begins from when you sit around the piano, the height of your arms, having a relaxed back, relaxed shoulders etc..

In this course, you will get all the technical tools you need to strengthen your fingers, develop speed, accuracy, and precision. If you aspire to play like me, then do as I did and make technique building a priority. Your technique is the foundation on which you will build your musical house, so, let's strengthen it together.

Everything Blues
In this tutorial, you will learn the blues scale with the correct fingerings in all twelve keys. You will also learn the twelve-bar blues progression, blues licks, blues walking bass patterns, and a lot more. Compact in this 1 hour and 11 minutes video is just about everything you need to know about blues piano.
What to Practice and How to Practice?
Two of the most significant problems, a lot of piano student faces is trying to figure out what to practice and how to practice to ensure growth.
Honestly, without the help of a mentor, it is almost impossible to overcome this challenge, In this tutorial share my strategies and insight to help solve this issue. As we dive into 2018, let us begin to do things differently with some new approach so we can maximize our growth and progress.
How To use Exotic Scales with Chords

In this tutorial, you will learn all the neat tips and tricks on how to instantly improve your improvisation with scales like; the Blues scale, Pentatonic, Medieval Church Modes, Phrygian Dominant scale, The Altered Scale, Whole-tone scale, and Super-Locrian scale – Just to name a few.When improvising, your “licks,” “runs,” and “lines” are all derived from scales. Therefore it is essential that you’re familiar with these scales and the method of how to apply them to chord progressions using easy-to-remember rules.

The chords demonstrated with the above scales are; the Minor Sevenths, Major Sevenths, Dominant Sevenths, Fully-Diminished Sevenths, Half-Diminished Sevenths (also know as the minor7(b5) chord), and the Altered Dominant Seventh chord.