You can practice social distancing and still thrive with online music lessons at home.
Our top rated music teachers can guide you in every step of your music journey not only face to face, but online.
We also offer private one to one music lessons, live on zoom or skype. Learn from the comfort of your home. The world is your classroom!
What do you need? A webcam on your computer or your smart phone, your music instrument, and a positive attitude and motivation to learn to play the music instrument of your choice.
Here’s a preview of online music lessons offered by music teachers of Stradivari Strings:
Violin, viola, cello, double bass, saxophone, flute, guitar, ukulele, piano, keyboard.
We also coach music theory and vocals online.
Do you want to be a professional level musician performing on stage, or just want to have fun and learn something new? Are you a beginner just starting out music lessons (for example violin lessons online or cello lessons online) or are you an intermediate or advance level student looking for master classes? Our music master classes conducted by professional music teachers can also be flute lessons online, saxophone lessons online, piano lessons online or keyboard lessons online.
Do you want to start online ukulele lessons or online guitar lessons for music therapy and to relief stress? We can gear music lesson plans to that objective accordingly.
Whatever your objective may be, it is important to identify your goal first. The more specific you can identify your reason for starting music lessons, the better our music teachers can work out the lesson plan to meet your goals.
Is your schedule very flexible and can you have music lessons (like violin lessons online) any day and any time? Or do you have work or school commitments thus can only have music lessons outside of these hours? Would you like weekly lessons or wish to accelerate your progress by planning lessons two times a week? Are you relatively free and so have a lot of time to spend on quality and mindful practice? Or do you have a hectic schedule and can only devote less than half an hour for practice daily?
It depends on the student’s age and the level. A young student age 3 to 5 may start with 30 minute lesson. Beginner students typically can plan 45 minute lesson while advanced level students need 1 hour or 1.5 hour lesson duration as the repertoire is longer. Advance level techniques also require more time to explain, demonstrate and refine.
Are you an auditory or visual learner? Do you learn better with music theory coaching? If you already have foundation, is there a specific genre you wish to explore?
The above are the key points you need to consider when starting music lessons online. Make the best use of your time at home and contact Stradivari Strings at +65-98137769, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your online music lessons today.
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