What age is best to start piano lessons?

The correct age to start piano lessons depends on your needs and interests.

If your music needs include lots of rhythm, timing, and finger technique, you will need to study at the advanced level. This could be as young as the mid-teens, depending upon how advanced your music skills are. It may be beneficial to play on piano for this same age range in order to develop your finger dexterity. If your goal is to play classical music, you may need to study at the advanced level.

I am not sure where to start. Should I look online, or start taking piano lessons directly?

It might be a good idea to go straight to a reputable piano teacher, or get to know a few online piano teachers. You’ll have more control over your progress, and will also have an educated opinion regarding how a teacher should be teaching you. You should contact a piano teacher you feel comfortable with, and ask to take a demo for a review for future reference.

If you’re looking for online piano lessons in your area, visit my site and check out my piano teacher recommendations. If you’re looking for piano lessons in your area, check out my list of online piano teachers for New York State and California.

I’m looking for some professional music training – could I do this with my hobby?

Yes – there are a number of music schools in the United States that teach piano, such as:

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