Category: Piano Lessons for Kids

Online Skype Piano Lessons for All Ages

Online Skype Piano Lessons for All Ages

online skype piano lessonsHave you heard about the latest greatest way to take piano lessons online? It’s through Skype! Read on further to learn if online Skype piano lessons are for you!

What are Skype Piano Lessons?

Skype is an online platform in which you can make a video call from one person to another. Taking piano lessons this way enables you to learn from the comfort of your own home.

What do I need to take a Skype Piano Lesson?

In order to benefit from taking online Skype piano lessons, you will need:

  1. A computer with a webcam
  2. A keyboard or piano
  3. A microphone or microphone on your computer
  4. 30 Minutes set aside for your lesson time

How do they work?

During your online Skype piano lesson, you will be able to see my piano and talk with me. If you are a beginner, we will start from the beginning, and you will be given an assignment to practice for your next piano lesson online.

Is it harder learn online than in studio?

No. Lesson plans are essentially the same. You just get to stay home and have your lesson in your pjs if you want!

Who are they for?

Online piano lessons would work best for a homeschool student, a person who is homebound, or for more flexiblity in scheduling.

What else comes with an online piano lesson?

You will get the recording of your lesson sent to your email so that you can look back on it each week and be better prepared for your next lesson. You can also email me with any questions!

How do I start?

To start your online piano lesson, you need to pay for the lesson ahead of time. No time is scheduled without pre-payment. From there, we will schedule your lesson. Lesson times are open Monday-Saturday from 10am to 7pm Central Standard Time.

How much are they?

Online Skype piano lessons are $30 USD per 30 minute lesson.  Time greater than 30 minutes is added at $1 per minute. So, if you want a 45 minute lesson, it would be $45 USD.


Online Skype Piano lessons are a great way to learn to play that provides flexiblity in your schedule, and to be able to learn from the comfort of your own home.

If you are interested in learning more, email me at or comment on this post today!




How to Pick a Beginner Piano or Keyboard

How to Pick a Beginner Piano or Keyboard

So you are interested in starting piano lessons or piano lessons have already been started, and you need help getting a keyboard.

Congrats on starting you or your child’s music education! Having a piano or keyboard at home is important in getting the best out of your lessons.

What is the difference between a piano and a keyboard?

There isn’t really much difference between an acoustic piano or a digital keyboard.

With an acoustic two types of styles. You will have an upright that stands up against the wall, or a grand that is a full size piano. They will also have 88 keys on the piano.

With a keyboard, you can pick several different options. You can choose 60, 76, or 88 keys. You have the ability to use headphones, and most of them come with different sounds like strings or harpsichord.

Which is least expensive?

An acoustic piano will range anywhere from $500 and up.  A keyboard can start out as little as $100.

Which one is better?

The answer depends on your needs and budget. I grew up with a grand piano in the home, and it’s the same one that my students play on in the studio.

But, I understand that not every family has the space or the budget to buy a grand piano. If you have the space and the budget to buy an acoustic piano, I will always vote acoustic.

However, keyboards take up less space, and as a mom myself, having my child plug in headphones while practicing would be nice! They also are portable. You won’t be toting around an acoustic piano.

Where do I find a piano?

If you are local in the Little Rock area, I highly recommend going to visit Steve at International Piano Gallery. He will set you up with an acoustic piano, deliver it for you, and tune it so you’re all set to play!

Where do I find a keyboard?

You can shop in town at Guitar Center or Saied Music Company. Or you can go online. You want to make sure that the purchase also includes a bench, and the adapter kit for the keyboard you choose.


When buying a piano or a keyboard, first establish a budget and space that you have for the instrument. A beginner can get started on a budget friendly keyboard and you can always upgrade later.

If you’re interested in free online piano lessons for kids to get started check out Learn To Play Piano Kids Here


Free Online Piano Lessons For Kids

Free Online Piano Lessons for Kids!

It is finally here! Park Hill Piano Studio is adding it’s online piano lesson program for kids at the online site called Learn To Play Piano Kids

In this new program is free piano lessons to that will take the student age 4 through 12 through an entire years worth of lessons for free.

You might as why I did this. Here’s why:

  • Kids change their minds. How many other parents out there have soccer shoes or a trumpet stuffed in the back of their closet because their child just desperately wanted to play that sport or that instrument?
  • It helps your budget. The investment that the student, parent and teacher make into private lessons is time consuming and costs close to $1500 per year. Find out if they are really interested in private lessons by trying the free lessons first.
  • It saves time. If you have more than one child, sometimes you might feel like a glorified taxi driver. You are constantly driving one to this practice and the other to this event.  Learning to play online from your own home allows the student to log in and learn when they want.

Make sure you subscribe to the online lesson program at here