The Best Banjo Lessons Combined with Video Feedback from Tony Trischka
Learn how to play the banjo online directly from a master
Ever wish you could rewind and slow down a private banjo lesson the day after? Or ask a DVD a question? These online banjo lessons talk back.
The Online Banjo School with Tony Trischka takes the best of video banjo lessons and in-person banjo lessons and brings them together into an easy to use, highly effective online learning platform.
You get unlimited access to hundreds of streaming banjo lessons online, backing tracks and tabs – beginner to advanced – so you can learn how to play banjo around the clock.
But that's only half the story.
From there, ArtistWorks’ Video Exchange™ Feedback Platform enables you to submit videos of your practice and get video feedback on your banjo playing from none other than Tony Trischka himself.
These interactions are combined on the site with the corresponding banjo lessons for all students benefit from. You are free to join in or simply learn banjo from watching Tony coach someone else. Click here to see how it works.
There's a new documentary about Béla Fleck called How to Write a Banjo Concerto which recently premiered at the Nashville Film Festival. As the trailer shows, it follows Béla Fleck on a musical journey where he works with the Nashville Symphonic Orchestra for his Concerto for Banjo and Symphony Orchestra titled The Impostor, which was released on CD last summer. The documentary also features Earl Scruggs, Tony Trischka, Edgar Meyer, Abigail Washburn, Chris Thile, Chick Corea, his namesake Béla Bartok and more. You can hear a preview of the album below - find out more at Béla's website andcheck the documentary websitefor upcoming screenings of How to Write a Banjo Concerto.