1. For modern busy people learning piano online is an efficient option. However, you need the right attitude and commitment to hard work, if you want to succeed. Do you have some suggestions for interactive type courses?

    • Hi Kari,

      Thanks for dropping by. Interactive courses can be very useful but you need to choose the right one. Luckily they are all pretty cheap compare to a tutor. Come back for some course review here!

  2. I had a piano tutor teach me as a child at home and although it was nice to learn in comfortable surroundings I did get flustered a few times with the teacher when I could not do what she explained straight away.

    learning from home via an online course is a good idea as you can go back as many times as you like to master each step.

    • Hi Darren, it is probably a good thing that you had a tutor when you were a child. I do think it’s best for children to learn piano that way. I guess what I’m trying to convey here is that for buy adults, if learning online is the only possible way, do it right and you will succeed.

  3. Great article, Wei. My daughter is a piano student and sometimes the teacher can make her feel a little less than adequate. You have offered some interesting options here and I will surely check them out. Thanks so much for sharing.

    • Hi Michelle, Thank you for dropping by and for your kind words. I do think a teacher is necessary for kids. But maybe you can supplement some fun online courses or mobile app for your daughter, so that she can regain confidence and keep being motivated. Just my two cents. Best wishes to you and your daughter!

    • Hi Stewart, you and me both. I learned to play piano online and it’s slow progress but it definitely works. And I enjoyed it a lot more due to the stress free process.

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