Jonathan Paul Cambry
This is classically trained pianist, music instructor, graphic designer
“You cannot teach passion but you can give that person enough knowledge of the techniques and other ways to think about the music itself to make passion attainable early for the student”
Jonathan Cambry on YouTube playing "Une Barque sur l'ocean" by Maurice Ravel
Jonathan Cambry at home playing one of his favorite piano selections
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Jonathan Paul Cambry is a classically trained pianist, graphic designer, freelance music instructor from the southside of Chicago who attended the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools and has been playing piano and performing piano since the age of 3. He had performances in Europe, Asia and all over the United States most notably the Chicago Symphony Center in 2012, invited by Grammy-Award winner Emanuel Ax. He now also uses his talents to also teach students of all ages and all skill level (not currently new students), graphic design folders for students to keep up with their work which are created based on students interests, work with other artists on classical and contemporary music like R&B and hip-hop using his two pianos one acoustic/regular and one electronic/digital. His now interests include playing, improvising and teaching all genres of music. Just for fun in Chicago his personal interests include many sports as well! Cambry believes that learning the piano is the greatest start to doing music of all forms and help with other abilities.
Jonathan Cambry plays "Moment Musical No. 4" by Sergei Rachmaninoff
"Music Theory" composed by Jonathan Cambry a.k.a. PianoPlaya recorded with a friend
One of Cambry's first contemporary songs, "Music Theory"
Jonathan Cambry plays "Scherzo No. 1" by Frederic Chopin
Jonathan Cambry performs "La Campanella" by Franz Liszt LIVE in 2011
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