Why Learn to play Piano? Benefits of Music Education

Published on June 9, 2017 by Dominik  |   0 comments

Apart from the beautiful music and inevitable applause that you will get from playing Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, learning how to play the piano can actually have positive long-lasting effects. From scoring you a few extra IQ points to relieving your stress, maybe these 5 benefits of music education will urge you to start learning how […]

Celebrate 15 years of We Will Rock You and learn the song that inspired it all

Published on May 24, 2017 by Dominik  |   0 comments

When the concert hall explodes with the sound of stomping feet it doesn’t take long to recognize that iconic beat. For 40 years Queen’s musical masterpiece “We Will Rock You” has been making rock history. Not only does it have a beat that nobody can resist the urge to stomp along to, but it also inspired […]

Skoove meets the German Chancellor: A Recap of #cnight2017

Published on May 19, 2017 by Alex  |   0 comments

On May 18th co-founder Florian Plenge shook a lot of hands at Skoove’s booth at the annual #cnight, but none so exciting as the German Chancellor herself! Skoove was thrilled to get the opportunity to participate in this year’s #cnight alongside the Bundesverband Deutscher Kapitalbeteiligungsgesellschaften (BVK). Our co-founder Florian Plenge spent the night showing off […]

Learn Blues & Boogie for Piano: 20 New Lessons

Published on April 12, 2017 by Dominik  |   0 comments
hands of woman pianist on piano keyboard

The full Skoove Blues & Boogie piano course is online. 20 new lessons for you to learn Blues & Boogie for piano! We believe Blues basics are easy to pick up even by piano-freshers. It’s an easy way to get creative and express yourself even with limited piano skills. The reward is almost instantaneous. In other […]

Learn Piano on iPad – Skoove Launching on iOS

Published on March 8, 2017 by Skoove  |   0 comments
Skoove learn piano screen

Learn piano on iOS! Skoove launches on iPad. Available to download for free on iPad from within the Apple App Store now. Since our launch in 2015 as web-based platform we have provided over 250,000 piano lessons. To beginners and players with existing experience, across 187 countries. Now, with the ability to learn the piano […]

6 Tips to Learn to Play the Piano like Ryan Gosling

Published on February 27, 2017 by Dominik  |   0 comments
La La Land score

The musical La La Land winning six Oscars. Including Justin Hurwitz’ brilliant La La Land score. 6 Tips to Learn to Play the Piano like Ryan Gosling. Damien Chazelle’s musical La La Land won six Oscars which includes him being the youngest person to receive the Best Director award, Emma Stone as Best Actress, and […]

Learn to Improvise Blues Music with Skoove and Get Over Your Winter Blues

Published on February 1, 2017 by Dominik  |   0 comments
Learn improvise Blues music

With Skoove‘s new Blues & Boogie Woogie course you can learn to improvise on the piano and create your own scales. Today most prominent early Blues music you’ll find addressed to Mississippi John Hurt (1892-1966), Charley Patton (died 1938), Robert Johnson (1911-1938) or Muddy Waters (1913-1983). There is still plenty of unacknowledged talent in Blues. […]

Myth buster: Why And How You Can Learn To Play The Piano

Published on September 19, 2016 by Dominik  |   0 comments

I have heard it so many times from many of my friends and acquaintances, that I think this needs a clarification once and for all. So, many people ask me: Do you think I can start playing at my age? How long would it take me to learn and to actually being able to play […]

4 Tips to Learn Piano Effectively

Published on April 22, 2016 by Dominik  |   one comment
Learn piano with Skoove

Our students often ask us, “What’s the easiest and fastest way to learn piano?”. It’s with Skoove, of course ;-).  We’ve designed the app so that you can learn piano at your own pace, get real-time feedback, learn the proper techniques, and dive into a deep catalogue of songs with our fun online piano lessons. It’s […]