Hello Designers. Here is info about our method (below). Please feel free to use any text that you want or place holder text. Text can always be adjusted. We may have different text at different times (like the poster examples below of our competitor) so the set is not as important as the artwork. You can just put example type of a website/phone number/address. The final poster will need to be editable for teachers to use and make their own. Thank you!
Breeze Keys is a Piano Method. Our target audience is both teachers (to teach it) and students (to look for a teacher in their area who teaches the method). Our method is being described as :
The Future of Teaching Piano
A complete multisensory, multimedia program that makes learning piano or keyboard easier, faster, more creative, and more fun. Everything the teacher needs is provided, every instructional step is planned out, and every skill is introduced in the most effective sequence.
Why Breeze Keys Is Better
The Breeze Keys system uses a multisensory, associative approach, which cognitive science has shown to be the most effective way to acquire and retain new information. The student is engaged through a variety of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning techniques. Lessons use colors and patterns, animals and characters, lyrics and rhymes, and of course rhythm, reinforced through singing and clapping.
Every lesson is fully planned out, and skills are introduced in the most effective sequence. The teacher does not have to guess or intuit how and when to bring in each of the many different music skills required for mastery of the instrument—improvisation, reading, composition, learning and playing by ear, accompaniment, and even group piano.
Level 1 (first semester) comprises 14 lessons that include:
• 12 songs
• 2 compositions
• 4 improvisations
• 2 accompaniments
• 4 reading rhythm lessons
All the music needed for the first semester is included in Level 1—no need to purchase additional music. Several musical styles are featured in the book, including Classical, Jazz, Contemporary, Blues, and Pop/Rock. Also included is a practice chart/tracker so students know exactly what to practice each week.
Breeze Keys includes all the latest learning tools for reading and playing music: videos with color animations, practice tracks, rhythm charts, and music games. Teachers don’t have to make their own. Students also have access to support videos via YouTube. This gives students more ways to problem-solve on their own and saves teachers many hours of prep work and extra demonstration.