The greatest have something to teach us all—at any level. Here are the tips, secrets, and building blocks to greatness.

Make learning a daily experience. Each MasterClass has video lessons that fit into any part of your day.

Take each next lesson as you are ready: binge, skip ahead, repeat until you’ve got it down.

Make progress wherever you are: on the go with your iPhone or iPad, on your couch with your Apple TV, or on your desktop or laptop.

Cinematic visuals with close-up, hands-on demonstrations that make you feel one-on-one with the instructor.

The All-Access Pass gives you access to every MasterClass and new ones as they launch.


Food & Wine
Gordon Ramsay: Cooking
Wolfgang Puck: Cooking
Alice Waters: Home Cooking
Dominique Ansel: French Pastry
James Suckling: Wine Appreciation
Massimo Bottura: Modern Italian
Aaron Franklin: Texas-Style BBQ

Howard Schultz: Business Leadership
Anna Wintour: Creativity & Leadership

Aaron Sorkin: Screenwriting
Shonda Rhimes: Writing for TV
David Mamet: Dramatic Writing
Judy Blume: Writing
James Patterson: Writing
R.L. Stine: Y.A. Writing
Malcolm Gladwell: Writing
Margaret Atwood: Creative Writing
Neil Gaiman: Storytelling
Dan Brown: Writing Thrillers
Billy Collins: Poetry
David Baldacci: Thriller Writing
Joyce Carol Oates: Short Stories

Werner Herzog: Filmmaking
Ron Howard: Directing
Martin Scorsese: Filmmaking
Spike Lee: Filmmaking
Ken Burns: Documentaries
Mira Nair: Filmmaking
David Lynch: Creativity & Film
Jodie Foster: Filmmaking

Samuel L. Jackson: Acting
Helen Mirren: Acting
Natalie Portman: Acting

Daniel Negreanu: Poker
Will Wright: Game Design
Garry Kasparov: Chess
Phil Ivey: Poker Strategy

Stephen Curry: Basketball
Serena Williams: Tennis
Simone Biles: Gymnastics

Chris Hadfield: Space Exploration
Dr. Jane Goodall: Conservation

Annie Leibovitz: Portrait Photography
Jimmy Chin: Adventure Photography

Design & Fashion
Diane von Furstenberg: Building a Fashion Brand
Marc Jacobs: Fashion Design
Frank Gehry: Architecture

Reba McEntire: Country Music
Herbie Hancock: Jazz
Christina Aguilera: Singing
deadmau5: Electronic Music
Hans Zimmer: Film Scoring
Armin van Buuren: Dance Music
Tom Morello: Electric Guitar
Carlos Santana: Guitar
Timbaland: Producing
Itzhak Perlman: Violin

Politics & Society
Bob Woodward: Investigative Journalism
David Axelrod & Karl Rove: Campaign Strategy
Paul Krugman: Economics

Comedy & Performance
Steve Martin: Comedy
Judd Apatow: Comedy
Usher: Performance
Penn & Teller: Magic


The All-Access Pass auto-renews one year after time of purchase and includes access to all classes. Your iTunes Account will be charged the noted amount for the first year when your purchase is confirmed and will be automatically charged annually at then-current rate unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. No refunds for partial subscription periods. To cancel subscription or update payment information, go to Settings in the App Store before your next billing date. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
56K Ratings

56K Ratings

Urgilez ,

Worth it!!! (not a bot too)

This app is very educational. Yes it may be pricy with a $172 ALL ACCESS pass to 52 incredible creditable artists in their craft. But it’s such a reminder of college. There is a saying that it doesn’t matter what ivy name college you go to, what matters is the education and professors. That’s exactly what it is like, it is a well designed thought out way to dive into passionate people and understand what true dedication and effective tips and tricks that are normally taught but it comes from successful people. This all happens in one simple app that has about 15-20 videos per person. The video lengths are VERY reasonable and the topics “lessons” are very deep. I really hope this app does well, so more mentors and people can share their experiences. Thank you for making me love art and the beauty that lives inside of individuals....see what I did there ;)

Ludo_Rock23 ,

Content is 5 stars, app is a 1

There are a lot of bugs in this app and I hope updates will fix them. Obviously the content is what’s most important, but it is a very glitchy interface. I’ll name a few of the larger problems, but there are many smaller ones.
1) When Chromecasting, the next lesson will not play automatically, but it will be queued up on the phone not playing. To play the next video you need to start playing a different one (this will cause it to disconnect from the chrome device) and then go back to the video you want and reconnect to the chrome device.
2) If you pause a video and leave the app open it will remain paused for 10-20 minutes and then begin paying again of its own accord on the phone in the background. This has happened twice and the first time it ran the entire night while I was asleep and marked all lessons played in that course.
3) If you want to browse through a course or simply add it to your list, the first video plays automatically and you have to pause it. So if you’re enrolling in many courses you have to start and pause a dozen times in a row just to add some courses to your list.
Overall the service is great, but the app needs some work.

Tturtle3578621 ,

Some Integral Lessons Missing

I was super excited to sign up for an all-access pass. Bought, downloaded the app, signed up and ready to learn. Then... super disappointed to find that the advertised classes- specifically Ron Howard’s, one of the top-rated and recommended classes on here- has been condensed down and does not include some of the key lessons I was excited to take. If you’re expecting to learn how to stage with camera crew and actors, you will be let down. Of the 32 classes with Ron Howard that were previously available, according to MasterClass support, they have been “condensed” down to 13 classes that do not include important lessons in staging, casting, production design, working with cinematographers and several case studies. The condensed 13 lessons just touch on these so it’s like paying for a book and just getting to read the chapter summaries rather than getting to read the whole book. Thanks MasterClass- it seems misleading to advertise this and get people to sign up, only to find the thing they were looking for most has been “condensed”.


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