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Where top jazz players teach all players. And musicians of all levels become players at high levels.
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Welcome to your fullest potential.

Here, beginners and professionals alike are transformed into better, more confident, more inspired jazz musicians.

That’s why we’re willing to promise: you’ll be a better player. Guaranteed.®  
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Nowhere else will you find teachers like this, at rates like this.

We're talking names like Peter Martin, Gregory Hutchinson, Geoffrey Keezer, Sean Jones, Dianne Reeves and Christian McBride, for starters. Major players of the world’s greatest rooms. Streaming lessons to your own great room. Or wherever you like to learn.
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We call it Living Notation because it brings your playing to life.

Demonstrations appear as notation in real time with Open Studio's Living Notation. Add exclusive teachers from the global jazz scene today, and inspiration flows from the moment you log in. 
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You landed here for a reason.

Access to this caliber of talent, at this cost, would never be possible before. But today with streaming video and our own Living Notation software, Open Studio brings lessons from legends right to your door.
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"Some of the best musicians around sharing their 'secrets' and knowledge on how to become a better musician. Highly recommended!"
Tor B. (Norway)
"I'm glad I signed up for Open Studio.  Just going through a few of the lessons in depth has helped my jazz piano study immensely. The instruction is practical, comprehensive, and inspirational. It makes you want to practice more."
Charles V. (USA)
"I’m impressed with the content, presentation, and skills of your staff. I feel blessed to have found this music resource. I’m quite happy practicing and it’s great to be able to go over the comprehensive material."
Mark H. (USA)
"Open Studio, offering lessons from some of the world's leading jazz artists."
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