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Browse some of our latest music articles to find out what's right for you.

Learn how to play Mozart on piano with the latest lessons from Peery Piano! We've just added two versions of Menuetto II in F Major at two different speeds.  As you progress, Christie is available via Video Exchange to answer your questions at any time. 

It's your time to learn Mozart with Christie. All you need is the desire to play.


Mar 22, 2012

Ever dream of playing congas while celebrities dance to the beat? Just ask the latest artist to join our roster of all-star teachers, Luis Conte. He's a percussionist for the orchestra on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars". 

Luis will be recording for the newest season of "Dancing with the Stars" just before we launch his school on April 11. 

Whether you want to learn percussion to play by yourself, jam with others,...

Mar 21, 2012

In anticipation of our upcoming launch of the Luis Conte School of Percussion, we're excited to share the impressive list of artists with whom he's collaborated:

Al Jarreau

Al Stewart

Alex De Grassi



Mar 20, 2012

Wish you knew how to play piano? Look no further.

To learn piano online with ArtistWorks teacher Christie Peery anywhere that you have internet access, you'll just need a few essential items:

  • Computer, for viewing lessons (or mobile device such as iPad or iPhone)
  • Full-sized keyboard with 88 keys. If you have an electric keyboard, Christie recommends one that is touch sensitive and weighted. Before you purchase a piano, make sure all the keys and pedals work.
  • ...
Mar 20, 2012

This year's SXSW Festival highlighted the changing landscape of the music industry and emphasized musicians' accessibility. Fans chatted with the various lineups over Twitter and even joined one artist, Santigold, on stage for a dance festival. The New York Times observed that musicians "have an unprecedented opportunity to be heard and seen worldwide."

Through one of ArtistWorks thirteen schools, you can have access to a world-class instructor who wants to give you personalized feedback. Simply send in a video of yourself playing and you'll receive one back as you progress through their comprehensive beginner, intermediate, or advanced lessons. Our artists are teachers eager to help you develop into the player that you've always wanted to be.


Mar 19, 2012

Check out this great testimonial by School of Mandolin student David Mold. David runs the blog Mandoliniana and is an active member of the number one forum for mandolin, Mandolin Cafe. We welcome testimonials from students across all ArtistWorks schools!

Mar 16, 2012

It's no secret that online education is on the rise, so with the increasing attention on education technology we wanted to compare how ArtistWorks stacks up against the competition.

Comparing ArtistWorks to TrueFire, it's not hard to see which is a better value.  Our lessons range from $20-30 per month, which is nearly 1/10 of TrueFire’s highest pricing option at $200 a month. For just $40 more you could study at ArtistWorks for a whole year!

Let's take a closer look at how ArtistWorks compares to GuitarTricks and JamPlay, each costing $14.95 and $19.95 a month respectively. The price is right, but just what to you get for your money?

Yes, both offer 24/7 live chat, backing track mp3 downloads, community features, forums, tabs/music notation, customer service helpline, and an ad-free site…. but what about the actual learning process?

Only ArtistWorks offers personalized Video Exchange Learning with high profile teachers. While JamPlay does have some high profile musicians,...

Mar 14, 2012

We believe in the therapeutic benefits of lifelong music learning. So does Billy Cobham and best-selling author and Columbia professor of neurology Dr. Oliver Sacks. Dr. Sacks' book Musicophilia explores "how music can animate people with Parkinson's disease who cannot otherwise move, give words to stroke patients who cannot otherwise speak, and calm and organize people whose memories are ravaged by Alzheimer's or amnesia." 

Legendary drummer and Billy Cobham puts Dr. Sacks' studies into practice. Mika Kaurismaki's film "Sonic Mirror" shows how Billy's performances with Okuta Percussion benefitted the autistic community in Bern, Switzerland.
Mar 12, 2012


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