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You can learn the piano with a master pianist from anywhere on the planet!

One of the main reasons you should consider learning the piano via Zoom, Skype, or FaceTime is that you won’t have to settle for a local teacher who may lack the necessary skills to take you to the next level.

There may be a plethora of teachers available in your area, but you may not have someone of world-class caliber who specialises in adult piano education.

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Learning the piano online will save you time and money!

You no longer have to spend an hour commuting from your office or home while spending money on gas, train, or bus fares.

You can now study from the comfort of your own living room with an excellent instructor who is concerned about your progress and will guide you through the process of learning this beautiful instrument known as the piano.

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Learn in the privacy of your own home or private piano practice studio!

Nothing beats the satisfaction of being able to play your favourite music on your own piano. Learning complex concepts on your own piano is also much easier.

Relax and make a cup of coffee or tea before your piano lesson; it’s truly stress-free!

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Warm-up before your piano lesson

When you take a traditional piano lesson, you don’t have time to warm up your fingers before the lesson. You often have to come out of the cold and start playing the piano right away. This can, of course, be detrimental to your performance, as you generally need to warm up in order to get the blood flowing and prepare to perform your pieces for your instructor.

When learning to play the piano via Zoom, Skype, or Facetime, you can always spend a few minutes warming up before the lesson begins. You can be completely prepared for your piano lesson.

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Concentrate more on the lesson

During the majority of in-person piano lessons, your instructor will frequently speak to you about various topics in your life and in piano playing.

You will almost certainly reciprocate and discuss your day and how things have been going. Some conversation is actually very beneficial to you and is a standard component of a standard in-person lesson.

However, it is a scientifically proven fact that both you and your instructor will be less inclined to engage in casual conversation and will be more focused on the actual lesson.

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Contribute to the advancement of educational technology and make the world a better place!

There are many countries and areas where people do not have easy access to education. By taking an online lesson, you are indirectly contributing to the advancement of technology, which will eventually allow people in poorer countries to learn arts, mathematics, science, and a variety of other subjects.

There have already been discussions about loading an entire school’s curriculum onto tablets and shipping them to poorer countries to help people learn and improve their education system!

By taking an online lesson, you are joining those who are actively working to improve this technology.

The greater the demand, the more seriously governments and large corporations will take remote, online arts learning.

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Never miss a piano lesson again

Never miss a piano lesson again because you can have them while on business or even on vacation.

The best part about learning to play the piano remotely is that you can always have a piano lesson whenever you have a good internet connection and a laptop handy.

Even if you don’t have a piano, your piano instructor can guide you through the art of theoretical piano and musical concepts.

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Take advantage of a recording of your online piano lesson

Each lesson can now be easily recorded using technology, and we can provide you with that recording for future reference and study. Of course, an in-person lesson can be recorded with audio, but online lessons allow for the recording of both visual and audio content. That is ideal for in-depth private study of each lesson!

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More flexible times and scheduling

Because of the convenience of online lessons, there is more flexibility in rescheduling and adapting lessons to fit your schedule.

It’s much more important to stick to a schedule with more traditional, face-to-face lessons. However, if necessary, arrangements can be made to change the time of a lesson with advance notice.

Because of modern lifestyles and work commitments, this is often a more convenient way of achieving regular lessons.

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The advantage of having two pianos

Having two pianos available at the same time is a HUGE benefit! Your instructor can show you passages from different angles that you would never see in a traditional piano lesson. You can then try the same passage on your own piano right away.

This is a fantastic benefit!

During your lessons, your teacher will frequently need to demonstrate certain concepts to you. You’d need to stand up, and your instructor would take your place at the piano. This wastes a significant amount of time in a traditional piano lesson setting.

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