placeNovi Sad, Serbia
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.
Going laterally helps the fingers and makes the angle of arm to finger to key actually good
Organisation of the hand is very capable. Practice overholding!
For a live, vibrant sound
Constantly evolving, empowering tonus of the hand
The gravity is educating and informing skeleton how it can org itself into vertically without any effort
The ear starts the appreciate the harmonic color which ultimately gives you better control
Not only that but the very solid foundation on what you should base your piano technique