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

Lessons In Your Home is a tight-knit family of world-class piano teachers. We are passionate about teaching piano lessons and to make learning the piano fun. Our key to success is ensuring the best student/teacher relationship. Whether you are looking for virtual piano lessons or piano lessons near me, our piano teachers are the best in the business.

Michael Butler

Instrument(s): Piano, Voice

Michael Butler is an operatic tenor, piano accompanist, and teacher in the Washington D.C. area. He strongly believes that music has the power to better the life of anyone. He thinks of the lesson process as a creative team effort consisting of three parts: the student’s conscious practice, the parent’s c…

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Elliott Grabill

Instrument(s): Composition, Piano

Elliott Grabill is a prolific composer, pianist, and teacher. His compositions have been heralded as “haunting, imaginative, new, and beautiful,” and have been performed in the across the US, England, Serbia, with an expected premiere in Italy. His brass quintet, Rust Belt, was selected for performance at t…

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Imogen Coe

City: Denver

Imogen began her music career when she started piano lessons at the age of 6. She then moved on to learn clarinet, flute, saxophone and oboe, winning principal seats at the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain and the City of Birmingham Youth Symphony Orchestra at the age of 15.

After making the…

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Karl Fagerstrom

Instrument(s): Drums, Guitar, Piano, Trumpet

City: Seattle

Karl’s teaching philosophy relies on creating a fun, comfortable environment for both learning and creative expression. He believes you need this relaxed approach just as much as disciplined focus on technique or music theory, and that the “fun” aspects of playing (like “jamming” or learning your favorite son…

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Zeke Wakefield

City: Seattle

Zeke Wakefield is a local multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter who fronts his own band, The High Council on lead guitar and vocals. Zeke was lucky enough to be born with a quick ear and a natural sense of rhythm. Growing up around an eclectic group of folk musicians, Zeke found his way to guitar at the age…

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Freddie Dunn

One of the most intense and passionate trumpeters on the DC jazz scene, Freddie Dunn Jr is described as “fire and ice”. Active professionally since 1992, the horn is truly a paintbrush in the hands of this gifted, melodic trumpeter. As a musician and educator, Freddie teaches all brass areas and piano.

F…

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John Contos

Instrument(s): Drums, Guitar, Piano

City: Orlando

Classically trained in piano from the age of seven, John Contos grew up
in a 1920s farmhouse built by his Norwegian great- grandfather that
stood surrounded by orange groves northwest of Orlando. Contos’
grandmother faithfully drove him to formal piano lessons and recitals in
central Florida until h…

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Jett Raines

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Voice

City: Dallas

From a young age Dallas, TX based guitarist Jett Raines was drawn to the magic of music. He first began imaginably conducting Fantasia at age 2 and eventually got his hands on a guitar at age 10. A few years down the road, he was clearly a musician gigging on Drums and Guitar along with spending countless hou…

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Enmanuel Alexander

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Piano

City: Denver

Enmanuel Alexander is a multi-instrumentalist, performer and producer based out of Aurora, CO. At the age of 7, he began taking piano lessons, and by the time he had reached high school, he was playing guitar, alto saxophone, drums and bass. In 2012, he was awarded the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award for drums whi…

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Michael Grier

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Piano, Ukulele

City: Orlando

Michael Grier has taught guitar, bass, and beginner piano for the past 11 years and has performed for the past 15 years in the Central Florida area. He began his study of music during middle school with a deep interest in the rock and pop music of the time, which quickly blossomed into a love of all genres of…

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When you call Lessons In Your Home…

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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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First Lesson Guarantee — If you don’t LOVE your first lesson we can pair you with a teacher that better fits your situation. Or you can even cancel and pay us nothing.

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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.