Berlin, Germany

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Teaching

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS

LESSONS OR PEDAGOGICAL ASSISTANCE

BERLIN STUDIO OR ONLINE

Weather you're a conservatory-student who wants technique-oriented lessons, a teacher who is looking for solutions to perfect and improve the way of explaining technique to your students, or a concert pianist looking to fine-tune your playing - piano physiology will gladly assist you on your journey.

MASTERCLASSES, LECTURES & SEMINARS

MUSIC INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE

Book piano physiology as a music institution to give your students the crucial tools of taking care of their hands/body so they can live up to their full potential. Thoroughly going through the concepts and reasons why their problems arises, so they can surpass them and get the most out of their artistic studies.

Biography

Laurent Boullet is with his concept of Pianophysiology known for his natural ability to explain abstract concepts in engaging, interesting and thought-provoking ways. His compassionate approach sparks curiosity and connects with people at all skill levels, whether it’s within weekly lessons in Berlin, or on Skype, seminars or lectures & masterclasses at your institution. The Goal is clear: train or retrain to get a healthy physiological piano technique that's serving the music just right.

Piano Physiology

BOOKS AND ARTICLES

THE BOOK OF PIANO TECNIQUE

TO BE ANNOUNCED

The Ultimate step-by-step guide to a piano technique that's allowing you to play just how you intent all the while optimizing your technical foundation physiologically.

THE JOURNEY - HOW PIANO PHYSIOLOGY CAME TO LIVE

TO BE ANNOUNCED

A journey beginning much like any other, but took a radical turn that led to an immense amount of frustration and almost despair. Remembering the love for music and what music itself has thought, the pain got transformed into a practice and discipline which has helped musicians worldwide. 

CD - MUSIC BY LAURENT BOULLET

SINCE JUNE 10, 1995

CD recordings of composers ranging from Scarlatti, Debussy, Liszt, Bartok etc.