Frequently Asked Questions

How is different from other music lessons? incubated from a labor of love for jazz & bebop by Eric
Wendland, Downbeat Magazine award winner & professional jazz musician
since age 13. is a hyper-centric, specialized teaching methodology
developed & created by Eric as a result of Eric's euphoric epiphany when he
was introduced to these concepts & methods.

Are students able to go through prior lessons?

Yes. We archive each & every lesson, creating a library for our esteemed
future bebop stars.

Will there be subsequent courses offered through

Yes. Eric will be offering more beginning & intermediate-level courses.
Also, Eric is developing courses for more advanced students, courses
relating to the business of music for professional and/or aspiring professional
musicians as well as courses focusing on aurel comprehension, et. al.

Can students exit the course and is there a long-term Contract?

Yes. Students may exit the course at the end of each calendar month.
There is no Contract or long-term obligation.

How soon will students begin to shine with newly-learned knowledge of bebop & chromaticism?

This depends on the student's level of commitment, knowledge of content &
practical applications of bebop & chromaticism.

Most serious students will sound markedly better in a matter of months.

Is there a text book or guide to this course?

Yes. The book, 'How to Play Bebop, Volume I' will be the course book for
this course.

What is the cost for this course?

The cost is $50 per lesson, payable online electonically monthly.

What are Eric's qualifications?

Eric started his musical career at the age of 3 taking Yamaha piano lessons.
Eric's father is an incredible pianist with perfect pitch!
Eric's father taught & mentored Eric to the point where he became a
working professional musician at the age of 13.
Since then, Eric has won countless awards, became a Downbeat Magazine
award-winner, performed with Aretha Franklin, The Four Topps, Hootie & the
Blowfish/Darious Rucker, Michael Brecker, Kenny Werner as well as multiple
world tours, USA tours and performances in Carnegie Hall NYC, performed
for four US presidents and currently plays all over the world.

Will Eric be the only instructor for

No. Eric will be bringing in his awesome network of incredible jazz mucisians
to offer outside perspective in students' garnering ample knowledge &
expertise in bebop & chromaticism.