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Larger and Warmer Sound

The Antigravity Function and Biotensegrity

Alan Fraser & Other Musicians

Kemal Gekic Recital - Koningsfeld 2015

All About Scales

The Art of Frederic

AFFI News

Kiddie Craft Demo Series

How to Teach Arm Weight Technique?

Technique & Musicianship

Q&A with Alan Fraser [Season 2]

Pianists and Focal Dystonia

The Good Arm Weight Technique

Practical Technique Tips

Mephisto Waltz No. 1 with Kemal Gekic

World Of Debussy Articulations

How do we use rotation?

Awareness Through Movement for Pianists

Elements of Effective Piano Technique

Famous Pianists

Wilde Jagd With Kemal Gekic

Young Pianists

Scales with Injury

Different Arm Use in Forte and Piano

How to Use PianoTechnique.org

The Craft of Piano Playing DVD

Arm Weight - Way to Go or Not?

The Thumb - Organic Approach

The Organic Hand

Phil Cohen and Alan Fraser

All About The Thumb

Why Do We Have Technical Problems?

Q&A with Alan Fraser [Season 1]

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Alan Fraser

”Pianotechnique.org and the recorded lessons makes it possible for me to deepen my knowledge of my lessons with prof. Fraser. Pianotechnique.org is well structured which makes it easy to access a specific technical problem or a particular piece. To have this opportunity to watch and study the foremost pianists and teachers approach makes me happy to recommend it to any pianist.”

Lars Lantz

I am continuing to enjoy pianotechnique.org very much. I am becoming quite addicted to it. I find I ALWAYS learn from Alan’s every single lesson and lecture. The more lessons I watch, the more I understand what Alan is getting at (hopefully), and the more everything is beginning to make sense and fall into place. It is great to see and hear him handle so many different musical and pianistic situations (and people!), and it is always encouraging and inspiring. Basically, your website has put world-class, top notch piano teaching and cutting-edge piano technique into the public domain, making it accessible for those who have ears to hear. I love the way Alan is not afraid to contradict himself. All great teachers do that! I also love the way he himself is continuing to learn, to discover new things, to develop his findings, and to teach things straight away, hot off the press. I very much hope pianotechnique.org continues, and that Alan continues to make his teaching available in this way.

Mark Fitton

PianoTechnique.org is a great inspiration. I watch all Alan’s lessons, it reminds me every time of the techniques he is teaching us. I just watched part of my own lesson and I am pleasantly surprised how clear the sound is. You hear every word of our discussion.

Karin Ten Cate

Jovan

Got his masters degrees with both Alan and Kemal Gekic, Jovan is a pianist, teacher, curator, content creator as well as web developer behind the PianoTechnique.org.

He has been colaborating with Alan since 2003 on various projects including his books and his DVD.

His biggest passions are music, coding and business development.

Alan

Born in Montreal in 1955 Alan Fraser studied piano but also delved into composition, cello, classical singing and had several stints as a pop musician. Alan’s main pianistic influence was the pioneering research of Phil Cohen who studied alongside Ronald Turini, Andre Laplante and Janina Fialkowska with Yvonne Hubert, who had been Cortot‘s assistant in Paris.

Alan spent several years with Cohen after an apprenticeship with two former Cohen students, Alan Belkin and Lauretta Milkman.

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