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Featured Piano Instructors
Ana Gogava – Piano
Rosana Hurtado Klaus – PIano
Ryo Kaneko – Piano
Dr. Humay Gasimzadeh – Piano
Kristi Hifzi – Piano
Arpi Vardanyan – Piano
Dr. Alison Chiang – Piano
Amy Sauve – Piano
Christian Valdes – Piano
Dr. Larisa Soboleva – Piano
Thomas Crouch – Piano
Kasey Stokes – Piano
William Chiang – Piano
Athena So – Piano
Chris Banka – Piano
Julia Roer – Piano
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Hear From Our Piano Students
As the leading provider of piano lessons, we’re proud to have provided thousands of high quality lessons for students around the world.
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Both my daughters love piano after the first free lesson and want to practice all the time. My 5 year old had a blast and was engaged every minute. My 9 year old also loved it. Ms G. was wonderful at keeping them both engaged virtually and also ensuring they had fun at their own pace. We look forward to many more piano lessons.
Ana understood exactly what I was looking to do; she evaluated my piano playing (kindly); didn’t waste any time and we jumped right in. She was very gentle, made me feel very comfortable, and she was so helpful. Gave me the guidance and support I need to move forward.
Tina speaks my mother tongue so the communication went smooth and I feel comfortable. She also gave very helpful tips on the piano pieces I’m working on in a short period of time. Kerry (Director of Client Engagement) was making every effort to make it happen and improve the whole experience.
The average price for a half-hour piano lesson is $40, while we offer lessons at only $30 per a half hour lesson.
Live online piano lessons using Zoom or Skype typically charge between $30-40 for a half hour lesson. Local in-person lessons range from $35-50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons cost $25 per student for a half hour lesson. Check out our piano lesson pricing guide.
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Top Piano Teachers
Our professional piano instructors have advanced degrees in piano performance and 5+ years of teaching students of all ages and levels.
Top instructors like ours have also won prizes at international piano competitions and have extensive experience giving public performances.
Our piano lesson plans are structured, measurable and trackable.
Our teachers will provide excellent instruction tailored to each student, based on their interests, age, and goals.
We also value our student feedback, which will be shared with the instructors for high quality lesson experience.
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- Piano/Electric keyboard
- Lesson books
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between online and in-person piano lessons?
If you’re looking for flexible scheduling and affordable pricing, online lessons may be the perfect choice for you! Our live 1-on-1 online piano lessons are very similar to in-person lessons and you can take them from the comfort of your own home with just a few lesson equipment. This way, you can learn piano at your own pace and schedule. Plus, many professional piano teachers, including our own, offer online lessons that provide high-quality instruction and live feedback at a lower overall cost.
What equipment or technology do I need for online piano lessons?
For an outstanding learning experience, students will need their own keyboard instrument, high-speed internet, and lesson equipment, such as a microphone, computer or laptop, and lesson books. We use Zoom as our live lesson platform, and if you have any questions or concerns about the equipment or lesson setup, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our client service team.
Do I need to have any prior experience or knowledge before starting piano lessons?
The average price for a half hour piano lesson is $40, but Lesson With You charges only $30. According to our recent cost guide, live online lessons using video chats typically charge $37 for a half hour lesson. Local piano lessons range from $35 to $55 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons can cost $20 to 25 per half-hour.
At Lesson With You, we offer competitive, fixed rates of $30 for a half hour lesson, $42 for 45 minutes, and $55 per hour.
How often should I practice piano, and for how long?
How old should children be before starting piano lessons?
I don't have a piano or digital keyboard yet. What type of piano should I buy?
How long does it take to learn piano?
How long it takes to be skilled at playing the piano depends on how much you practice, what your goals are, and how naturally talented you are. Typically, it takes several years of consistent and effective practice to develop a solid foundation. If you want to play piano for personal enjoyment, a steady practice routine, averaging 15 minutes a day is recommended. If you aim to advance quickly and compete at the competitions, more intensive practice and rich performance experience are necessary.
What should I expect during a piano lesson?
During a piano lesson, you can expect to learn both the technical and artistic aspects of music while developing a healthy and engaging practice routine. Our piano teachers may suggest warm-ups and technique-focused exercises to help you build strength in fingers. You’ll play the piece you’ve been working on and receive feedback from the teacher on your technique, musical shaping, and interpretation. Throughout the lesson, your instructor will help you improve your posture, reading skills, understanding of theory, and expand your repertoire.