ONLINE: Piano Chords for Songwriters
- School of Music class
*THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS*
Piano Chords for Songwriters is a course best suited for students who play another instrument or have some note reading experience. We will review treble and bass clef at the start of class
This would be a great class for a guitarist, vocalist or songwriter looking to learn more about reading, building and playing chords on piano, and creating progressions and self accompaniment.
We’ll cover concepts like scale degrees, the Nashville system, inversions, transposition, compound chords, intervals, popular chord progressions and chord progression maps.
Prerequisites: Note reading (treble or bass clef) preffered, but not required. Prior instrument (any instrument) experience encouraged.
This class will be held from 6:30-7:45pm ET on Thursday, Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28
Please note: Limited to 12 students (16 yrs of age or older); Pre-sales are highly encouraged! Sales end 30 minutes before the class begins. 3 students are required for this class to meet. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified and receive a full refund.
Bridget Driscoll is a jack-of-all-trades music instructor based in Portland, OR and born and raised in Cape Cod and Connecticut. She is an alumna of Berklee College of Music, Emerson College and UCLA, where she honed her skills as a musical theatre accompanist and music director. Bridget lived in Los Angeles for three years after college and worked in music supervision and licensing for movie trailers. You may recognize her as a former Club Passim box office associate, intern, campfire. performer and chalkboard artist.
Bridget began playing piano at the age of two and went on to study classical, jazz, rock and musical theatre styles in addition to learning voice, guitar, viola, violin and cello. She believes learning piano first laid the foundation and passion she needed to pursue a diverse career in music. Since becoming a full time music instructor in 2018, Bridget has taught over 5,000 lessons to students of all ages and levels, from toddlers to octogenarians.