5 Days. 5 Life-Changing Piano Lessons.
Live from the City of Music, Vienna, Austria
Starting Saturday, July 30, I'll teach a live 5-day class from my studio in Vienna. For free.
Why? Because nearly every day, people tell me some version of this story:
"I played piano as a child, but then 'life happened.' Now the kids are grown, I have more free time, and the desire to play has just never left me."
I dedicated my life to this instrument and moved to the other side of the planet to work with some of the best piano teachers in the world. My own dream is to pass the torch, to share our beautiful tradition as widely as possible.
Many people have asked me if I can help them learn piano, and offering a free class is the best way I can do that. Some people will continue their musical journey in one way or another, with me or another teacher, and I hope to inspire everyone to realize their dream of playing the piano beautifully. That's really it!
Now is your time to start. Because if not now, when?
Can You Learn Piano as an Adult?
You don't have to become a star soloist at Carnegie Hall. This isn't empty motivation. Rather, it's "real talk" about what you can achieve at the piano. (Hint: It's much more than you might think!) 😉
Your Brain on Piano
You'll discover the many ways learning piano helps you to keep your brain young!
Emotion and the Keyboard
What makes concert artists stand out? Learn the most important ways to transfer your emotions to the piano so you can play beautifully!
The Language of Music
Make your playing come to life by discovering the inner language of music!
Playing music is really a form of storytelling. Learn the art of musical storytelling so you can communicate directly to your listeners' hearts!
Albert Frantz’s story is unique in the classical music world. Unlike most piano virtuosos, whose rigorous training starts in early childhood, Albert began his music study as a young adult. His interest in music quickly became an all-consuming passion. Progressing rapidly through his college years, he won local, state and national piano competitions and received a Fulbright Fellowship to continue his studies in Vienna, where he was mentored by the renowned pianist Paul Badura-Skoda (1927–2019).
Since then, Albert’s mastery of some of the piano’s most challenging repertoire has attracted international attention—including an official jury nomination for the German Record Critics’ Award for his debut recording of the virtuosic music of Charles-Valentin Alkan. The remarkable story of his musical life has inspired a film documentary for Dreama TV and a cover story for Toastmaster Magazine in 142 countries.
Now Albert shares his experience and insights with Key-Notes, a rapidly growing online community of adult piano students.
"A journey of wonderment and sheer enjoyment."
"... enriched my life in so many ways through your love of piano and through teaching me things that I never thought I could learn."
"I am absolutely loving these lessons!"
FREE 5-DAY CLASS
Restart Your Piano Journey
Join me for a 5-day experience that will change your life. If you’re looking to rekindle your love not just for piano playing but for playing piano, this free class is for you. Register for your spot today!JOIN THE CLASS