Blues Piano Classes and Tuition



'Improvising Blues Piano'
Schott Music 1997
"A new standard in
music instruction"

Buy the book here
GB pounds

This is me at home in London SE15, where I teach blues piano. The video above is an excerpt from the course I've made for MUSICGURUS, based on my best-selling book 'Improvising Blues Piano' (Schott Music). Get detailed, close-up blues piano instruction.

Improvising Blues Piano Pt 1 MusicGurus - covers the basics from scratch.
Improvising Blues Piano Pt 2 MusicGurus - takes you into more professional territory.


Even if you have the book already, these courses will give you added insight and a fresh look at the skills required to be a good blues pianist.

Here are some more links with samples of content:

Improvising Blues Piano Pt 2
'Ain't No Sunshine' from Pt 2

For more details, or to purchase either of these courses, please click the links above the MUSICGURUS logo.

I offer several other ways to learn blues piano:

Private lessons (one-to-one) at my home in South-East London.

Blues PianoTaster at Morley College Summer School, London SE1.
A introductory course for pianists wanting to learn blues piano techniques. Four classes only on Mon and Wed evenings in July (6.30-9.00).
Details available in June on the Morley website.

Blues Piano 1, Morley College, London SE1 - Tuesday night evening class.
The first (and only) weekly blues piano class in the UK started life at Goldsmiths College in 1990. From September 2011 it has taken place at Morley College near Waterloo,

Blues Piano 2, Morley College, London SE1.
Since 2014, by popular demand, a more advanced follow-up to the above weekly classes, for pianists with previous blues experience. This class is now also WEEKLY on Tuesdays at 8pm.

Free YouTube Video clips to accompany my 'IMPROVISING BLUES PIANO book. Here's the first one:


Students in the Morley
blues piano class


The sequel to IBP -
'Blues, Boogie &
Gospel Collection

15 pieces for solo piano'
Schott Music 2016.
"Not simply the best 'jazz piano' publication of the year, but probably the best of the
decade so far."
See full PIANODAO review

Euro Blues Week, University of Northampton, 1-6 August 2010.
I joined a team of ten tutors for this annual residential course organised by the Euro Blues association.
As well as daily keyboard instruction, a great opportunity to meet and play with blues guitarists, vocalists and harmonica players. Watch the video I made:


For more clips of me playing,
see my YouTube channel
and the Blues page
on this site.