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piano-handsDesigned with intermediate to advanced players in mind, KeezersPianoLessons.com offers specialized instruction, exercises and tools to help take your Jazz piano playing to the next level. Each Single Video or Lesson Pack targets a specific aspect of Jazz piano performance, including: technique, chords/voicings, improvisation, rhythm, arranging/orchestration, solo piano concepts, and much more. With every lesson, Geoffrey’s intention is to empower you to create your OWN exercises and practice routine, using his ideas as a starting point. In essence, you’re co-creating these lessons with Geoffrey, becoming your “own teacher” in the process – and finding your own style and voice is what Jazz is all about!

About Geoffrey Keezer

With his highly regarded discography, unique compositions, and acclaimed performances in a variety of configurations, pianist Geoffrey Keezer commands the attention typically reserved for the living legends of jazz. Whether recording with jazzy chanteuses Diana Krall or Dianne Reeves, touring with trumpet king Chris Botti, or collaborating with pop icon Sting, sax legend Wayne Shorter, guitar wizard Jim Hall, star bassist Christian McBride or vibes master Joe Locke, Geoffrey “has more than enough virtuosity and sheer musical wit and intelligence to weave all of his apparently disparate strands of influence into an original and compelling whole” (Time Magazine). Perhaps the most exciting turn in Geoffrey’s career is his recent focus on solo piano and his first solo release in thirteen years, Heart of the Piano (2013, Motema Records). On a mission to redefine solo jazz piano as a personal and interactive showcase of melody, energy and groove, Keezer brings to Heart of the Piano his most direct and focused artistry to date.

But regardless of the nature of his projects, from solo to duo to quartet, from bandleader to big band, from post bop jazz to electronica to global fusion, from composer to arranger, Geoffrey delivers music from the heart of the piano to the ear–and heart–of the listener.