Sean Campbell is the Founder and Creator of Music Lyceum, the world’s first and only piano tablature learning system and the first company to offer a patented alternative to traditional piano sheet music.
Campbell designed Music Lyceum in an effort to simplify the learning process and break down the barrier to entry for piano students posed by traditional sheet music. Campbell’s model teaches students to learn through a tablature process that identifies what each hand and finger should play, allowing the student to learn the song at a pace that would have been impossible using traditional sheet music. Campbell’s tablature model has been patented and is paving the way for piano students of all ages to feel comfortable and far less discouraged while learning to play the piano.
Campbell opened his own music school in 2018, also named The Music Lyceum, in Santa Monica, California, where he teaches piano, guitar, ukulele, harmonica and bass.
Before inventing the Music Lyceum piano tablature and opening his own school, Campbell learned music theory, harmony and composition from renowned Brazilian guitarist and composer, Oscar Castro Neves. He then went on to learn the art of advanced rhythm and lead guitar pyrotechnics from Carl Verheyen of Supertramp.