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Jazz Essentials Lockdown Special

Three months membership is just £10.

You will have unlimited access to this new and exciting approach to learning Jazz Piano with our online video tutorials.

Learn to play Jazz Piano at your own pace.

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Only £10 for 90 days.

Unlimited Access!

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We'll then automatically bill £30 every 3 months. There is no obligation for you to continue and you may select another in the series or cancel your membership at anytime.


However, once you’re in, you’ll want to stay in.

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Replay each online video lesson as often as you like

Revisit whenever suits you, and develop your jazz playing at a time that suits you.

New videos are being added regularly

Regular tips and hints

Join a growing network of Jazz players who have done it the ‘Richard Michael’ way!

Jazz Essentials series is the first of a range of tutorials that I have been developing and perfecting through years of instructing jazz players and teachers. My proven methods are now available to you, at home, through these new on-line tutorials. Enjoy the benefits of my teaching experience and if you follow the guidelines you will have at your disposal the tools of the improvisor, and have the knowledge to play a jazz solo.

Develop at your own pace. Watch and Play along with me.

Listen to my ideas and phrasing – then develop your own.

I Play, You Follow. I play the backing chords while you improvise.

Follow the notation on screen or print it out.

Tommy Smith - "His educational dedication in the field of jazz over numerous decades has fueled the potential careers of countless young musicians."

Tim Garland - "Richard's enthusiasm is infectious! I can think of no-one better to demystify the joys of jazz music."

Peter Erskine - "Richard Michael presented one of the best jazz classes I have ever had the pleasure to witness: informative, fun and, most importantly, inspiring for all involved. I wish that jazz had more educators and advocates like Richard Michael!"

Other programmes in the series are in production at the moment and will be live soon.


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