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Keyboard Courses – preview 1-2 minutes of all lessons

PREVIEW PIANO COURSE 1 – BASIC THEORY (7 lessons) For beginning level players with little experience on the piano. Very good for all instrumentalists. By the end you’ll be playing reggae!

PREVIEW PIANO COURSE 2 – THE ROLE OF THE PIANO IN REGGAE MUSIC (6 lessons) This course focuses on all aspects of rhythm piano playing. Most of the lessons concentrate on the various subtitles of playing the chop.

PREVEIW ORGAN COURSE 1 – THE ROLE OF THE ORGAN IN REGGAE MUSIC (8 lessons) This course focusses on all aspects of rhythm organ playing with examples on a real Hammond organ and on digital keyboards. Most of the lessons concentrate on the various subtitles of playing the bubble (also known as the shuffle).

Keyboard One Shots – 1-2 minute previews of some of the one shots

More are constantly being added. These are but a few of them.

Other Art of Reggae Offerings

Interested in getting even deeper into keyboard playing, not only for reggae but almost anything else?  Contact Matt to set up private lessons (online or in person).

An experiential trip to Jamaica hosted by Matt and Jamaican master percussionist Maroghini. Receive a roots overstanding of what this music means and where it came from.

Book the Art of Reggae band for a live clinic at your institution, festival or private gathering. Fully customizable.

For musicians of all skill levels, Art of Reggae offers top rankin’ and inspired lessons, courses, practice loops and curated playlists FOR KEYBOARDS AND GUITAR that unlock the mysteries of this profound and transformational musical art form. Presented by Matt Jenson, professor of piano (Berklee College of Music and elsewhere), keyboardist with Groundation 

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