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The Advantages of Taking Online Piano Lessons

Anyone can learn to play the piano, regardless of age or experience. You may be thinking about taking online piano lessons for a number of reasons: you want to learn a new skill, you're not able to commit to regular in-person lessons, or you want the convenience of learning from home. Whatever your reasons, online piano lessons can be a great way to learn how to play the piano.

Here are some advantages of taking online piano lessons:


You can learn at your own pace:

One of the great things about online piano lessons is that you can learn at your own pace. Work obligations and life at home can often compete with piano. Online piano lessons give you the flexibility you need to enjoy piano while managing an active life. This is perfect for those who are busy or have other commitments that make it difficult to commit to regular in-person lessons.


You can learn from home:

Learning from home has its advantages – you don't need to worry about traveling to and from lessons, and you can fit learning into your schedule more easily. It's also great if you're not comfortable learning in a group setting.


You have access to a variety of courses:

There are many different online piano courses that I offer, so you can find one that's right for your level and interests. You can start with a beginner course if you're new to the piano, or go for an intermediate or advanced course if you're looking to improve your skills.

So whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, online piano lessons can be a great way to learn how to play the piano. With so many different courses available, you can find one that's perfect for your needs and learning style. So why not give it a try?

What To Expect With Online Piano Lessons

When you are taking a piano lesson over the internet. We will be using either our phones or our computers. During the lesson, we will both take turns playing the piano. I'll be able to listen to you and also show you examples from my piano.

You can use a real piano or an electronic keyboard. We'll just need to make sure you have a way to prop up your phone or computer in a way that is easy for us to see each other and the keyboard at the same time. Tripods come in handy during online piano lessons.

We'll both benefit from being able to see the keys and I'll want to keep an eye on your form. But all of this is possible and something I do on a regular basis with students around the state.

Getting Ready For Your Online Piano Lesson

Before our first lesson together, we'll talk on the phone to discuss your interest in playing the piano. We'll discuss what type of music you want to play and I'll put together an idea of what your skill level is.

No matter if you are a beginner or have some experience, a child or an adult, I have a course that I can take you on to improve or fine-tune your skill set.

Once we start our first lesson together, I'll be giving you input on everything from your form to music theory and performance protocol.

You'll be playing scales, and chords, and learning to read music in no time!

If you're struggling with learning how to play the piano, don't worry - you're not alone.


Here are a few tips that may help:


1. Make sure you're practicing regularly. If you only practice once a week, it's going to be much harder to improve than if you practice every day.


2. Use a metronome. This will help you keep a steady tempo and rhythm while you're playing.


4. Listen to music. A lot of times, it can be helpful to listen to music that you enjoy to get inspired and motivated.

Learning the piano can be a fun and rewarding experience. I'm looking forward to meeting you and beginning this journey together.

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