Adult Piano Lessons Resource

Itching to tickle the ivories? 

Ready to start piano lessons? Get free lessons, help, tips and advice tailored for later beginners here at

Anyone can learn to play the piano, and you don’t have to be a pro to make it sound great!

Piano lessons for Adult Beginners

Wouldn't It Be Great...

  • Just to sit down at the piano and play beautiful music.
  • To come home after a busy day at work and relax by improvising your own piano piece.
  • Boost your brain power.
  • Open a piano sheet music book and simply read and play any piece you want. Learning how to read music will make that possible.

OK. But Where To Start?

Learning to play an instrument can seem daunting at first. There are so many options...

Of course this is great, but since the piano is also one of the most popular instruments on the planet, there may simply be too much to choose from. And for a newbie that may be confusing...

Common concerns are: is your guide to help you find your way through a maze of choices, and set you on the path of discovering the world of music through piano playing!

Playing the piano doesn't have to be hard, and there are more than one way of learning.

Beginner Piano Lessons

Ready to play? Click on the links or pictures below for your free online piano lessons!


Hello, I'm Maria and the author of Online Piano Coach. I am a piano pedagogue and have taught piano for over 30 years from beginners up to advanced levels to children, teens and adults. (You can read more about me here.)

I created to share tips and helpful tools to new and returning adult piano players. I am so delighted you're here!

Piano Playing Questions

Need help with your piano playing? Have a question, any comments, or need help with a specific piano learning problem? Ask your question here!

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Whether you teach yourself to play, or learn from a piano teacher, you will find resources here to keep you motivated. There are plenty of free beginning piano lessons and articles teaching you basic techniques as you learn how to play the piano.

It’s my wish that you will find help and inspiration here, so that you can truly enjoy your own time playing music that you love!

Happy Practicing,

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