Kid, Teens, and Adults are enjoying Online Music Lessons!
Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Violin, More...
Private online music lessons are fantastic for students ages 7 and up! We also teach a large number of teens and adults. Most of us have a lot of extra time lately. NOW is the PERFECT time to learn to play an instrument or sing! You can make some amazing progress while the world is on pause.
"Thank you 4/4 School of Music for having my son engaged in music during these difficult and unusual times. This is the most excited 30 mins of Ananth's life every week now! So glad that Robert is still teaching."
How do online music lessons work?
You meet one-on-one with your personal music teacher each week at the same time and day. A lesson will usually start with a brief review of what you have been working on over the previous week followed by new songs, techniques, etc. for you to work on until you see your teacher the next time.
A professional music teacher can give you more than enough to keep you busy for the entire week!
Our teachers use the fantastic LessonMate software to send you a rich multimedia assignment email after each face-to-face private music lesson.
Lesson assignments provide you with a to do list and often contain example videos from your teacher, music, pdf files, etc. Everything you need to stay busy and having fun while learning music all week long!
"Oh my gosh, the virtual lesson went so well for my son Carter! Thank you for making this possible."
~ Joe T.
What equipment do I need to take Zoom music lessons?
You will want to have an instrument at home to learn and practice on. Even a very inexpensive instrument is good for those that are just starting! You will also need a phone, tablet, or computer that can run the Zoom app. It is free and we will tell you how to download it and start using it in just 3 simple steps. We have many seven year old Zoom music lesson students that operate the app all by themselves - it is super easy!
Are Zoom music lessons secure?
Yes! We use the waiting room feature and a password to prevent anyone from attending a lesson that the teacher doesn’t recognize.
There is always just one student and one teacher in any lesson. Teachers dismiss one student and then go to the waiting room and admit the next student. The recent requirement of using a password makes it virtually impossible for any uninvited guest’s name to even show up in the waiting room much less be invited by a teacher into a lesson. No Zoombombing here!
Do you offer online music lessons for beginners through advanced-level students?
Yes! We have music teachers that teach beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. All of our teachers are excellent with beginners and we welcome students that have never even picked up a instrument or tried to sing before!