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What are some good classical piano courses?

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The absolute best thing to do is finding an in-person teacher. There are online courses, yes; but they don't compare to having someone meet with you once per week to personally advise on your piano playing ability. You can look at Flowkey, Simply Piano, etc but they don't compare to an in-person teacher. Even someone who'll teach you online over Skype is a better bet.

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Originally Posted by quaid221
The absolute best thing to do is finding an in-person teacher. There are online courses, yes; but they don't compare to having someone meet with you once per week to personally advise on your piano playing ability. You can look at Flowkey, Simply Piano, etc but they don't compare to an in-person teacher. Even someone who'll teach you online over Skype is a better bet.


Not everyone can ‘get a teacher’ even if they recognize that is best. Given that, what would you consider the best online piano courses?

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Originally Posted by quaid221
The absolute best thing to do is finding an in-person teacher. There are online courses, yes; but they don't compare to having someone meet with you once per week to personally advise on your piano playing ability. You can look at Flowkey, Simply Piano, etc but they don't compare to an in-person teacher. Even someone who'll teach you online over Skype is a better bet.


Not everyone can ‘get a teacher’ even if the recognize that is best. Given that, what would you consider the best online piano courses?


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