About Us

"I started Jazz Piano School to deliver structured
and organized jazz piano education to students all
over the world.

I struggled to learn jazz piano for 15+ years. I never got
a solid learning path, and was guessing 90% of the time.

Jazz information is a messy swamp and I have dedicated my
entire life to delivering clear, specific, systems to any and
all students that want it so they don't have to waste years
of time and tons of money like I did.

I'm so happy you have stumbled on to my website. I highly
encourage you to explore our massive collection of free
jazz piano education including our podcast, blog,
lick of the week, E-books and more.

Please let us know if you need anything at any time. We're always
happy to help."

Brenden Lowe

Jazz Piano School Founder


What Is Jazz Piano School?

You will quickly learn that Jazz Piano School is drastically unlike any other online jazz piano learning website. 

It is not a library of random courses from which you choose the topic that you think is best for you. (Although this is possible.)

It’s also not a collection of transcriptions, lead sheets, and “hip” videos that show you some cool licks or voicings.

Jazz Piano School was a 2 year creation. It is the most carefully crafted, precisely structured, jazz piano curriculum you will ever come across. It’s a road map, a path, a fully sequential step by step process that ensures you achieve your jazz piano dream. 

The Jazz Piano School education system designed by Brenden Lowe, utilizes his trademarked Theory Sequence process which contains the “Core 4” categories you need to start UNDERSTANDING jazz, so that you can play with complete freedom. 

While most jazz education websites, resources, and teachers simply “give you the fish”, by having you copy what they’re doing or read pre-arranged lead sheets, Jazz Piano School “teachers you HOW to fish” so you can play freely from your soul and express yourself how you’ve always imagined. 

Want to learn more details about The Jazz Piano School Education System?

What's the Plan?

HINT: It looks something like this 🙂

Meet The Educators

Jazz Piano School contains a Pro jazz piano staff to help and guide you through out your journey. Any question you may have, we’re here for you!

Bijan Taghavi

Member Community Educator
Manhattan School Of Music Graduate

Composer-pianist Bijan Taghavi, from California, performs and teaches in New York City as well as in the Midwest. As a leader, the Bijan Taghavi Trio toured Japan in December 2018 and he has played with Dick Oatts, Rich Perry, and Jay Anderson as part of his Duo Series at the National Arts Club in NYC. Bijan has also collaborated with jazz luminaries Joe Lovano, Ulysses Owens Jr., Ron Carter, Randy Napoleon, Kiyoshi Kitagawa, Stefon Harris, and Rodney Whitaker. Bijan is very involved as an educator for JazzPianoSchool.com having written over twenty articles and produced instructional videos for their Artist Highlight and Gig Analysis series’. A recipient of the Presser Foundation Scholarship, Bijan is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music and has studied with Phil Markowitz and Fred Hersch. Currently, he is completing a Graduate Assistantship at Michigan State University where he teaches classes and works with private students.

Sterling Cozza

Member Area Educator
Eastman School of Music Graduate

Sterling Cozza is a pianist from Sacramento, California. He has been playing piano since he was 5 years old, and began studying jazz at age 12. He began his private study with Joseph Gilman, the previous artistic director of the Brubeck Institute at University of the Pacific. Sterling went on to study at the Eastman School of Music under the tutelage of Harold Danko, Bill Dobbins, Gary Versace. He has shared the stage with the likes of Gary Bartz, Dave Liebman, Garrison Keillor, Avishai Cohen, Antonio Hart, Robin Eubanks, Donny McCaslin, Matt Wilson, Stefon Harris, Eddie Gomez, the Charles Mingus Big Band, members of the Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, and more. In 2017, he had the honor of taking part in a tour of Japan with the Eastman Jazz Sextet, culminating in a performance at the Tokyo Jazz Festival. He currently resides in Sacramento, California where he is working in various projects, including his most recent album, "Letters Home."

Trent Briden

Member Area Educator
Auburn University

A graduate of Auburn University, Trent received the Kay Reynolds Beaty Scholarship to study piano performance with Dr. Jeremy Samolesky, the second ever double DMA graduate from Eastman School of Music. He also studied jazz with Dr. Michael Pendowski, another Eastman graduate and the composer for the NCAA/Madden football video games. Previously, Trent studied for 10 years under Larisa Morozova, a native of the former Soviet Union where she oversaw over 600 piano students as Director of Musical Operations. Trent has released 3 studio albums, Introspection (solo piano), Back to School (Funk Rock), and Briden Time (Modern Jazz). His 4th album is set to release in early 2021 and is comprised of both solo and trio tracks, exploring jazz standards, popular songs, and original compositions.
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