Union Lesson Studios is offering online lessons to kids and adults of all levels! Online lessons are a convenient way to get quality 1-on-1 music instruction while practicing social distancing. Students and teachers connect on popular video calling services and get the same personalized instruction that is available at our physical location. Online lessons are available on Voice, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass, Saxophone, Clarinet, and Flute.
What do I need to take online lessons?
All you need to start taking lessons is your instrument, any computer or mobile device with a camera, and a reliable internet connection. As with in-person lessons, the teacher may ask students to purchase one or more books. These books are typically inexpensive and widely available.
How much do online lessons cost?
We have the same pricing for online and in-person lessons. See our rates here.
Are online lessons as good as in-person lessons?
We offer the same high-quality instruction online that our students would get in person. Our instructors have enjoyed a lot of success with online lessons, and some of our customers even prefer online lessons to coming in. Modern features of video calling services allow our instructors to enhance the lesson experience with documents, sheet music, audio, and video. Everybody learns differently, and of course some people will still do better in a room with their instructor.
Are online lessons a good option for younger kids?
Depending on the instrument, we work with kids aged 5 and up for both in person and online lessons. If your child might have trouble focusing for 30 minutes, we strongly encourage having a parent/ guardian stay in the same room during the lesson. Kids are typically accustomed to learning with technology, and can benefit from online music lessons.
Do you also offer in-person lessons?
We are offering lessons at our location on a limited basis. Availability for in person lessons is based on the availability and preferences of both the student and instructor.
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