I've been exploring different options for online classical study at my own pace. I am early intermediate to Intermediate and self-taught. A teacher is not possible for me at this time. I thought others might be interested in the email response I got from Graham Fitch. This course has pros and cons for me as I need something pretty structured. Other than PCA, (a good choice) I'm open to suggestions.
Thank you for your enquiry regarding our eBooks and online content. We do indeed have a lot of content that would be relevant at the level you’re currently at, although we don’t offer it necessarily as a structured “course”.
The first eBook is relevant to all levels and is about good habits with practising so much of it would be relevant, although I suspect you’re looking for more information than just on practising. The online content is broader but the following are likely to be useful to you:https://online-academy.informance.b...que-introduction-basics?last_viewed=truehttps://online-academy.informance.b...echnique-lecture-series?last_viewed=true
This one might also be useful: https://online-academy.informance.b...tions-of-good-technique?last_viewed=true
The resources for scales & arpeggios might also be worth looking at, particularly Graham’s series on these and the material on intermediate scales & arpeggios.
The “learning pieces” section provides resources for specific repertoire so might be useful if there are pieces there that you’d be interested in learning. The From the Ground Up editions are particularly helpful for learning something quickly and teach concepts that can be applied to other works thereafter.
Many of the above items can be purchased once-off from our store, but are also available with a subscription. What I would suggest is to have a look and see if some of the content feels useful and relevant for you, then getting a monthly subscription as this is a cheaper way to do it and can be cancelled at any stage (the annual subscription is better value but there might be quite a bit of content in it that’s not useful to you yet).