Music Lessons on Your Computer

Ben and Jon Chan are starting a way for you to access their musical knowledge and expertise from your computer.


-Today Benjamin and Jonathan Chan announce the immediate availability of the Music Teaching and Resource section of

Intended to supplement rather than replace private music lessons, the service presents an ongoing video series providing insight and instruction into a variety of violin and piano techniques, as well as a section for music composition and music technologies.

Beginning instrumentalists and advanced players can find performance videos of music found in common teaching methods, and teachers can find useful videos that can help save them time by providing extra instruction and concept repetition for their students

Content is heavily driven by user-submitted questions to provide as personal and interactive of an experience as possible. Until April 15th, is holding an open house during which the first videos are freely available to view and visitors are welcome to submit questions for video responses on a variety of musical subjects.

After April 15th, there is an introductory subscription rate available.

Website link:

About Benjamin & Jonathan Chan:

Benjamin Chan began playing the violin at age 5 ½ and has studied with Barbara Lapidus, Marianne Pashler, Igor Gruppman, and Monte Belknap. He has soloed with orchestras in England, Scotland, and Wales. He has traveled Europe 5 times, twice as a concertmaster and once to participate in the 2005 Tibor Varga International Solo Competition. He has performed in master classes for Midori Goto and Joseph Silverstein, and he plays on a violin made in 1761 by Niccolo Gagliano.

Jonathan Chan is an entrepreneur with an enduring love of music. He is an accomplished pianist who studied for the majority of his life with Marilyn Taggert. He has won two piano concerto competitions, and has soloed with four orchestras, once performing his own composition. He is an avid composer and sound engineer, having done movie soundtracks for several short films, including the 5-time award-winning “Of Genies and Goldfish” and the upcoming film noir musical “A Song Before You Die”.


Benjamin and Jonathan Chan’s new CD can be obtained on-line at: or by calling: 877-437-0652.

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