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Dive into Creative Improv with favorite tunes from Piano Adventures method and repertoire books. Learn how to apply different musical patterns to create surprising sounds and beautiful textures. Say hello to your new “improv-abilities.”
Randall Faber is the author of Piano Adventures®, recipient of the MTNA-Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award, and Roland Lifetime Achievement Award in Education. He has toured globally, appearing on international television and public radio.
Brian DiBlassio is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Michigan – Flint. He composes and arranges for symphonic, chamber, vocal, and jazz ensembles. His work has been performed by the University of Michigan – Flint ensembles, the Flint Symphony Orchestra, and aired on public and national television. As a performer and recording artist, DiBlassio enjoys performing jazz, Latin jazz, and classical piano. He holds degrees from the University of Miami and the University of Michigan, and teaches privately in Ann Arbor, MI.
Chrissy Clobes is a Senior District Sales Manager with Hal Leonard, the marketing liaison for their educational piano lines, and a recipient of the Don Eubanks Sales Rep Award. She received her degrees in Marketing, as well as Music with an Emphasis in Piano Pedagogy from Carthage College, in Kenosha, WI. After several years of teaching private piano, guitar and saxophone, she now actively performs, singing and playing guitar in several bands throughout the Midwest. As a new mother of twins, she is excited to provide an engaging music environment for her own children.