Piano Lessons In The Comfort Of Your Home

  • No fighting traffic, we come to you!
  • Lessons offered 9am-9pm, 7 days a week
  • Experienced, knowledgeable, passionate teachers
  • Lessons for all ages and skill levels
  • 30-60 minutes sessions
  • Your availability is our priority
  • Free recitals

Lessons in Your Home Video Transcribed

You know it’s time to get the children started with in-home private music lessons. Maybe the lessons are for you, how about the whole family? You’re smart enough to know that music lessons are important but what about finding a teacher? Do you call a music store? Will their teacher be right for you? Then there’s the getting there; the traffic, hauling the kids back and forth, what about dinner? Yeah – Right! Like that’s going to happen. You don’t need lessons with just any ol’ teacher, especially a task master, intimidating, practice demanding monster that bores students. What you’re looking for is an engaged, fun, well-educated, motivational, big smiling and super excited personality that loves teaching Music. A teacher who makes lessons fun. You already know what you need. You need Lessons in Your Home-the music teachers who come to your home or school to teach fun, private music lessons. Their teachers constantly think of great ways to motivate every student. They turn students into dazzling musicians ready to break out a song and share their talents with the world. Now you’re saying “Hey, this could work” Lessons in your Home teaches piano, guitar, voice, violin, in fact they teach every music instrument you could think of. Getting started is as easy as 1,2,3. 

  1. Give Lessons in your home a call or email
  2. They’ll ask important questions about each student ensuring a teacher that’s best for you 
  3. Schedule and start your lessons. What are you waiting for? Start Lessons now with Lessons in Your Home!

Get Private Piano Lessons Across the Nation With Our World-Class Piano Teachers

Learning to play piano in Dallas, TX or any part of the DFW area has never been easier. Our music school has an amazing staff of piano teachers who’ve graduated from schools like the University of North Texas, University of Dallas, and Texas Woman’s University to name a few. We are here and local to you in communities like Irving, Arlington, Fort Worth, Flower Mound, Coppell, and all over the DFW area.
Since 1997, Lessons In Your Home has offered piano lessons where it is easiest and best for people to learn – in their own home. Dallas has a rich history of musicians and music is very much a part of our culture here. Did you know that famous artists Stevie Ray Vaughn, Demi Lovato and Erykah Badu all grew up right here? Like those celebrities, our piano teachers are a special breed of people. They have a high level of expertise and an equally high level of patience and people skills to make our students feel comfortable taking lessons. We are not the piano teachers of old, our staff here in Dallas knows how to get you playing and best yet, you’ll love learning to play.

Laura Dowding

For Laura Dowding, teaching lessons combines two of her favorite things in life; music and working with kids! Formally studying piano since the age of 4 she also received training on voice, saxophone, violin, and guitar. After high school Laura went on to study music composition at Northwestern College in Mi…

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Anita Lindsey

Instrument(s): Piano

City: Atlanta

Have you ever seen someone perform a task and then say to yourself, “I want to do that too?” That is what happened with Anita Lindsey. Her older brother was taking piano lessons, and she wanted to do it too! At five years old, Anita had her first goal – to play better than her brother!

It didn’t t…

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Stephen McCool

Instrument(s): Piano, Voice

City: Atlanta

As a more seasoned music teacher, Mr. McCool knows it’s essential to tailor music lessons to each family’s individual goals. And no matter what the family’s goals may be, life is too short for a music teacher to ever stress out a student or the parents. For this reason, he tries to impart as many smil…

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Erik Lofgren

Instrument(s): Piano

City: Atlanta

Erik began his life as a musician at the early age of four years old. Having two parents who are life-long professional musicians helped that decision. Piano was the natural choice for him since young Erik would hide his favorite toys underneath the instrument anyway. The piano lessons continued from the ag…

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Adrian Forbes

Instrument(s): Bass, Drums, Piano

City: Atlanta

Born in Hartford, CT, Adrian Forbes grew up in a musically enriched household. From as early as he could remember he was exposed to a vast range of genres of music, and this was influential in his ability to become a versatile musician. At 10 years old, Adrian was introduced to playing drums in a big band se…

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Majid Araim

Instrument(s): Mandolin, Piano, Violin

City: Atlanta

Majid is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, curator, and fixture of the Atlanta improvisation and new music communities. He holds a Bachelors of Music from Georgia Southern University where he studied Composition and Jazz Studies. Majid’s prolific work as a composer focuses on resonance, dynamics, and experi…

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Sharon Turner

Instrument(s): Piano

City: Atlanta

A true Florida native, Sharon recently moved to Acworth, GA and is enjoying continuing to instill her love of music with people of all ages in this area. At a very early age, Sharon’s parents realized that she had an incredible gift for playing the piano and enrolled her in formal lessons where she thrived…

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Zion Goins

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Piano

City: Atlanta

Hailing from Tennessee, Zion Goins was raised in a musically inclined household that fostered a deep appreciation for creative expression. His affinity for music was evident from an early age, profoundly shaping his identity. At 16, the gift of a guitar on a special Christmas morning marked the initiation of …

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Nathan Prisk

Instrument(s): Piano, Voice

City: Atlanta

Nathan Prisk grew up in Oak Harbor, Washington. When he began studying piano at the age of 7, he quickly developed a love for music and discovered that the piano was going to be a big part of the rest of his life. He continued his studies through college, where he received the Spivey Foundation Music Scholars…

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Maya Mikimoto

Instrument(s): Piano

City: Atlanta

With her unique background Maya Mikimoto has a specialty in various piano-teaching methods for all ages. Her background includes psychology, human science and visual arts as well as piano and drums.

From an early age in Tokyo, she was classically trained in both art (under Keiko Negishi), and in piano (und…

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After answering any questions you might have, we’ll pair you with a local teacher that best matches your age, schedule, skill level, and goals.


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… and then we’ll schedule your first month of lessons!


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Frequently Asked Questions About Piano Lessons

What is the best age to start piano lessons?

Learning piano is for all ages, from kids to seniors alike! But when taking piano lessons, it is best to start at an age where children have adequately sized hands (can occupy at least 5 keys), sufficient motor skills to move their fingers independently, and an interest to learn. For some, the best age might be around 5 to 6, but others can start as early as 3, especially if they already know the first 7 letters of the alphabet!

Is it necessary to have any musical ability before starting piano lessons?

Every great musician started with no musical ability, so no background is needed! Enrolling in piano lessons without prior musical knowledge is perfectly fine. We’ll not only help get you started on the right foot, but more importantly, we’ll also help encourage and sustain your child’s desire to keep learning.

Do I need to have a piano before starting piano lessons?

Yes and no! While an acoustic piano is best for practice, it is not a requirement. However, you need to have some kind of practice instrument. For beginners, a weighted electronic keyboard can suffice.

Should I buy a piano or a keyboard for piano lessons?

A few things to consider when buying a piano include the cost, your home’s space, and how serious you are about taking piano lessons. Acoustic pianos tend to be more expensive and bigger, while digital keyboards are more light and compact and cost considerably less than acoustic pianos.

For the beginning stages, you may opt for a good-quality keyboard. See our recommended digital keyboards. Once you progress in your lessons, learning on an acoustic piano is recommended.

How long does it take to be a good pianist?

Being able to play the piano considerably well depends on how much you practice. To progress quickly, you should be able to practice every day for at least 15 minutes. See our tips for being a better pianist.

If you aim to play songs comfortably, you may get to a good level in 2 to 3 years. If being a concert pianist is your goal, it can take more hours, even decades or work. What’s important is having the motivation to refine your skills!

Can parents sit in on piano lessons?

Absolutely! We understand that children might be hesitant in going to piano lessons for the first few weeks, and we allow parents to sit in to observe and encourage them as they practice.

How long should you practice for your piano lessons?

It is important to practice every day! The practice duration for each student varies depending on their age and level. But as a good rule of thumb, every piano student should practice every day for at least 15 minutes. For beginners, it could take as much as 15 to 20 minutes a day, while more advanced students take 45 minutes to an hour.