Do online lessons work?
Many prospective music students ask me if online music lessons work. After teaching online for over 10 years, I can confidently respond: YES! When I started teaching online in 2009, I was skeptical that teaching online would be effective, and I told my first student that we should try it out just to see how it would go. We were both pleasantly surprised, and this student has been with me online since the beginning.
The online lesson format is really quite similar to learning in-person, but without the hassle of commuting, parking, and waiting (for parents while their child takes the lesson). Each week we'll review what we did the previous week, and then build on the material. For example, we might work on technique, scales, improvising, or learning a tune. I'll have you play what you've practiced and then we'll go over some ways to improve or learn new skills.
I offer a range of helpful materials such as play-along tracks, improvisation apps, and music reading practice. If you have any questions about the material or practicing between lessons, you can text me or email me.
In short, online lessons work! Be in touch today about learning more.
Jason Davis is an experienced teacher, teaching bass and guitar online and in-studio for over 20 years.