Links

All of these sites are trusted partners that will aid in your study of jazz piano.

Hampstead Piano Academy

Hampstead Piano Academy is a private piano school that provides tuition at all levels and ages. Our piano teachers are prizewinners and active performers internationally.

West Kensington Music Team (WKMT)

WKMT delivers piano lessons for students of all ages and levels. Our Buenos Aires-born founder and director, Juan Rezzuto, is an active London concert pianist. All our piano teachers follow the "Vicente Scaramuzza piano technique". We apply our house-technique and the best British piano practises to the preparation of grade examinations, concerts, competitions and/or vocational training.

London Piano Institute

Adult jazz piano lessons for adults of all levels and abilities.

Piano Lessons in London

Ian Flint teaches jazz and classical in North London.

Jazz Trumpet Licks

Greg London’s site is full of interesting and useful jazz licks.

Bob Keller's Jazz Page

A comprehensive list of jazz reference material.

GregGelb.com

Saxophonist and educator Gregg Gelb leads his own quartet, swing band and is co-founder of the North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra and directs the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble.

Durham Jazz Workshop

The Durham Jazz Workshop is a non-for-profit, 501c3 organization which provides the Jazz community of the Triangle with educational programs, performances, and special events. The DJW runs classes throughout the year for music students interested in exploring the art of improvisation.

Sarah Jane Cion

A NY-based jazz pianist, Sarah wrote the tune The Safflower for the "From Lead Sheet to Arrangement - The Safflower" lesson.

Phil Polombi

Based in New York, Phil's latest CD, RE: Person I Knew, A Tribute to Scott LaFaro, was recorded using Scott's 1825 Abraham Prescott bass.

Jazz Books and Articles by Jason Lyon

London-based jazz pianist and teacher Jason Lyon's site features many free articles on a wide variety of topics, including soloing with pentatonics, fourth voicings, Coltrane substitutions, upper structure triads, and many others in addition to his two excellent books, Pentatonic and Hexatonic Scales in Improvisation and A Compendium of Jazz Piano Voicings.

Bruce Arnold

NYC guitarist and teacher Bruce Arnold has two incredibly useful sites for all jazz players, BruceArnold.com, where you can check out his teaching materials, listen and buy his albums, check his schedule and Muse-eek.com, his publishing site where you can buy his extensive collection of digital jazz workbooks.

JazzNote.co.uk

Need a transcription done of your favorite solo? Contact JazzNote and they will transcribe it for you for a reasonable rate and they do very high quality work. Check out the sample transcriptions.

NeffMusic

Saxophone and Improvisation lessons and method books by Steve Neff. Similar teaching style and conceptual approach to lessons on JazzPianoOnline.com.

Damian Sim's Transcription Blog

Straight-ahead transcriptions from Bud Powell, Wynton Kelly, Brad Mehldau, Mulgrew Miller and more.

Learn Jazz Piano

The original jazz piano site. Lot's of free info but it takes some searching.

A Passion for Jazz

Music History and Education

Casa Valdez Studios

Saxophonist David Valdez's blog on jazz. Interviews, product reviews, transcriptions, theory and technique articles. Mainly focussed on saxophone but useful for all interested in jazz.

JazzEveryone.com

A new site by Willie Thomas, an 80 year old trumpet player who has developed a system for teaching jazz improvisation.

Jazz Book Reviews

Jazz book reviews for jazz musicians.

Piano teacher in London

Georges Sokol is an experienced and qualified piano teacher and offers private lessons in central London.

Piano lessons London

Check out this link for private piano lessons in London for students of all levels.

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