So maybe this isn't your first rodeo with piano, or maybe it is. Either way you have surely seen advertisements for how fun piano lessons can be! Well, the truth is sometimes it's not so much fun. It can be tedious , tiring, or it can literally get on your nerves. You must be very disciplined. So it's important to change things up a bit. Here are a few short tips and resources that are sure to help your journey.
Video tutorials can be super helpful when learning how to play piano , especially if you're a little bit shy. Or perhaps you just want to learn a little bit before you take an in person lesson. I myself was a self-taught pianist before college and learned using some books and a keyboard that had only 50 keys. By the time I got to in person lessons I was able to work more on technique an learn a bit more terminology. Like what a glissando was an how that looked on paper. However, just because you use a tutorial does not mean that you don't need in person piano lessons. It is still very important, so that you can have the visual feedback of someone looking at you play, how you're using your fingers, your body and when learning dynamics. Here is one of the best video tutorials I'd recommend. I’d check out piano lessons for all tutorial. This link is my affiliate link and I get paid when you purchase them at no extra cost to you. So, even if you don't want to visit me in person, give these a try! Let me know if you do, I'll gladly be your virtual taskmaster!
So are you convinced yet? By now I'm sure you're ready to buckle down and get to learning piano. The worst thing you can do is put it off and wait. Even if you just take 30 minutes a week, you will be surprised at how much you learn at the end of one month with in person piano lessons at AFL Studio. There are many great piano instructors in the Washington DC area, who can teach you how to play piano here at AFL studio we are really good at waking up early in the morning. So, if you want piano lessons in the Bethesda and Rockville, MD area or piano lessons in Washington, DC at 8:00 AM contact us, Friday through Sunday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Hope to see you soon!