Online Music Lessons
What We Offer
Online Music Lessons in Sydney
Online lessons are perfect for students who are frequently on the move for work. Once you get into the flow of online lessons you will see that they can be an extremely convenient and effective way to learn how to play guitar and other instruments. They are often a more affordable option than our regular in person lessons.
In addition to being convenient, offering more choices between our tutors who are spread all over Sydney and being more cost-effective, online lessons offer some other unique benefits. Our tutors are able to make use of different features of Skype and Zoom to create different learning experiences and also send you various e-learning support tools, digital content as well as different audio and video files.
What kind of online lessons are on offer?
We frequently run private lessons online for guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, drums, voice and composition. One on one music theory and production classes can be arranged but we also run weekly group online sessions, which are designed to complement a well-rounded music education. Please visit our Group Lessons page to find out what weekly classes are currently running.
Before your first online lesson it is essential that you ensure you have enough lighting and that you and your tutor can hear each other. If you are taking piano lessons it is important that your hands and face can be seen by your tutor. We highly recommend using a laptop or tablet instead of a phone and doing an audio/video test before the lesson, especially if it is your first time using Skype or Zoom.
Frequently Asked Questions
Certainly! We wouldn’t offer them if we didn’t think there was still enormous value in taking online music lessons. We are able to make our online lessons cheaper due to the fewer costs involved.
Yes. We offer great introductory packages for our online lessons, just like in-person lessons. Check out our Introductory Packages page for our latest offers!
You will need to have either Zoom or Skype installed on your device. If you’re new to these platforms, we can provide step-by-step guidance to help you set them up before your first lesson. While having top-of-the-line audio and video equipment can enhance your experience, it’s not a necessity. All you need is a device such as a laptop, tablet, or smartphone with audio and video capabilities. The key is to ensure that your tutor can see and hear you clearly during the lesson. So, whether you’re rocking the latest gadgets or simply using what you already have, we’ll make sure you’re all set to dive into the world of virtual music lessons with ease and excitement!
Yes, you are welcome to alternate between online and in-person lessons as long as your online tutor travels to your area. It is not uncommon for students to get started in person before moving online, or to take some online lessons first with a tutor in an area they are soon moving to. Please bear in mind there are different costs for each lesson format.