More than 350.000 Piano Students

Thomas Forschbach is one of the most popular piano teachers in the world with more than 350.000 piano students around the world.

His students love his heart-warming personality and his unique way to teach piano in small easy steps.

Born in the city of Fun & UNESCO World Heritage

He is born in Brühl (Germany). The city is popular for it’s Theme Park “Phantasialand”, the Max-Ernst Museum an the Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust (UNESCO cultural World Heritage Site since 1984)

Popular Piano Player Worldwide

On parties around the world people asking “Is Thomas playing?”

In the course of his work as a professional piano player he played the piano with and for Shakira (Singer), Plácido Domingo (Opera Tenor), Manuel Neuer (German Soccer Goal Keeper), Franz Beckenbauer (German Soccer Champion) and many many more.

German Newspaper features Thomas worldwide arrangements:

He played the piano in some of the most exclusives hotels and can tell unbelievable stories that he experienced playing the piano on secret celebrity parties.

The Plaza New York & Ritz Paris

Sold Out Concerts

There is never a seat left for his concerts “Thomas Forschbach & Friends” in Germany. A unique show with his musical and long-time friends, dancers, band AND orchestra!!

He loves playing the piano.

And he loves teaching the piano.

You can tell.

Every single piano lesson is full of joy.

Give it a try!

You will understand why…

  • Patrice Anderson says:

    Want to learn how to develop my ear

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Patrice,

      Thank you for reaching out! Developing your ear is a fantastic goal and can greatly enhance your musical skills. I have several lessons and tips that can help you with ear training. Feel free to explore my website for resources, and if you have any specific questions or need personalized advice, don't hesitate to contact me.

      Happy learning!

      Best,
      Thomas

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