Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, online music courses can be just as effective as in-person lessons. With innovations in technology, virtual learning provide high-quality audio and video, allowing for real-time interaction with instructors. Online courses also offer flexibility in scheduling and the convenience of learning from the comfort of your own home.
Yes, it is possible to combine piano and singing lessons. You can learn how to sing and play the piano simultaneously. It is recommended to consult with your teacher to define the best strategy for your specific case.
Yes, having a piano is a requirement for online lessons. It can be either an acoustic or digital piano. Additionally, the instrument will be used for practice between lessons.
No, our online music courses fit to learners of all levels, from beginners to advanced musicians. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to refine your skills, we can make our lessons suitable for your level.
We understand that life can get busy, and we have a flexible cancellation policy. If you need to cancel a class, we ask that you provide us with at least 24 hours’ notice. This allows us to reschedule the lesson and accommodate other students. Please discuss any scheduling conflicts with your teacher, and we will work together to find a suitable solution.
Music education can begin at a young age and offers numerous benefits for children. Generally, children can start learning music as early as 4 or 5 years old. At this age, they have developed basic motor skills and cognitive abilities that enable them to engage with musical concepts. However, it’s important to consider each child’s individual readiness and interest. Some children may show a keen interest in music at an even earlier age. We recommend discussing your child’s readiness with our experienced teachers, who can guide you in determining the best time to start their music journey.