Would you love to start taking piano lessons but feel worried that it might be too late? It is a common concern among adult beginners that it is too late to start learning piano.
But you know what? It is never too late to learn a new skill! And playing the piano is actually a skill. Yes, you need to practice a lot and take lessons or spend time teaching yourself, but you will learn if you want to.
Welcome to OnlinePianoCoach.com!
This is a site devoted to helping you with tips, tools and inspiration on your journey to learn to play the best instrument of all! You will find resources to keep you motivated between the lessons, as well as free piano lessons teaching you basic techniques as you develop your skills in piano playing.
Anyone can learn to play the piano and you don’t have to be a pro to make it sound great.
But deciding to learn how to play an instrument as an adult may seem like a daunting task to do, since a lot of lessons and material seems to be directed to kids. What resources are available for adult learners and what types of lessons are available for a later beginner?
Do you have any questions about playing and learning piano? I am happy to answer them! Follow this link to ask your question and see what others have asked.
Many adults would like to take lessons, but find it hard to actually get started. Common concerns are:
Playing the piano doesn't have to be hard, and there are many different ways of learning.
Your Online Piano Coach is here to help you when you start learning to play, and to give you a push along the way if you get stuck! It is my wish that you will find help and inspiration here, so that you can truly enjoy your own time playing music that you love.
What are you waiting for? Let’s go and explore!
Starting to play an instrument might mean that you will teach yourself or start piano lessons. Here are some tips and ideas:
Scales, exercises and other drills are great for improving your playing technique. But learning how to practice, how to get better at note reading and sight reading are also areas that help you get better at playing.
You will also find lots of free sheet music and many other helpful printable PDFs to make your practice go smoother.
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