by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
When piano players share our music with others, we play whatever keyboard is available. Learning how to adjust to this challenge helps build your confidence as a piano player.
Tune in to see how I approach this and watch me struggle with a different piano keyboard to see if I am able to practice what I teach.
Piano players do not have the advantage that other instrumentalists and vocalists have. We cannot lug a grand piano everywhere we go! When we share our piano-playing with others, we usually get to play whatever keyboard is available.
I used to get freaked out by the difference in the piano or keyboard available whenever I shared my music with others. I want to play confidently through my music!
I want to show you how you can handle this obstacle today by playing a different instrument than mine.
I’m sure you can relate if you’ve tried to play for other people outside your usual piano or keyboard practice room.
Remember: There is a benefit from doing this! It helps build your confidence as a piano player.
Let me know in the comments if this piano tip is helpful for your piano practice sessions!
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