Group Piano Classes
Online • Musical instruments
The more I teach piano, the more I find out how long many people have wanted to play but were discouraged by finances or strict teachers. Do you relate? Perhaps you've wanted to learn piano to pass time during quarantine. Maybe you want to experience playing piano in a group. Whatever your motivation is, you are welcome here. Group Piano Lessons offers an intuitive and open-minded approach to learning to play piano and learning to read sheet music. Each class will consist of locating notes on the keyboard, learning to read sheet music, and then learning songs for the rest of the time. The songs are a combination of my suggestions in addition to students' requests. I am open to several music tastes, so feel free to enlighten me. No piano or music experience is required for you to enroll. I also teach privately, so go ahead and select "Request class" if you would like to have a personal plan for your piano education.
- Kids (and their parents or guardians)
- Meeting new people
Materials to bring
Camera setup & room tips
Position yourself so that the camera on your device captures your face and your hands. I personally use a music stand, but you can also use a table, tripod, or something else you can think of.
Easily join this class through a Zoom video call. The link will be sent after you purchase the class.
Details to know
In order to participate in the class, you will need:
- A laptop or mobile device with a webcam and microphone
- An internet connection strong enough to stream video
- The Zoom desktop or mobile app. Download Zoom.
Group Piano Classes
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