How to Learn Piano Online
Updated: March 29, 2019
This article was co-authored by Michael Noble, PhD. Michael Noble is a professional concert pianist who received his PhD in Piano Performance from the Yale School of Music in 2018. He has been playing piano since 1995, and has performed at Carnegie Hall and at other venues across the United States, Europe, and Asia.
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If you’re interested in learning the piano but short on time, or if there are no good piano instructors in your area, you can learn to play the piano online. You’ll still need a piano or keyboard of your own to practice on, but there are many online resources available for prospective piano students. Find an online instructor—or an instructional website—who is a good fit for you. This will require some research, but if you know what to search for, finding a great online instructional method is efficient and rewarding.