Disclosure: I received 3-months of lessons in order to review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Have you or your child ever wanted to play the piano? Maybe you started lessons but never practiced. And, now you would really like to devote some time to learning to play. There are so many people who have that same story. There’s nothing better than giving the gift of music this Christmas.

Music stays with you forever and enriches life. But this has been a terrible year for learning, in general. So many things like music have been ignored, as we just try to survive. But, I want to share with you a safe and fun way to learn to play the piano. Online music lessons are all the rage, and LessonFace is a great company that can provide you or your child lessons at home.

With Lessonface, there are multiple ways to learn music. But, their new Piano Pass is the best I’ve seen! Piano Pass offers daily piano classes with a real piano teacher. There are many online piano classes to join and students can attend as often as they like.

There are 20 interactive piano classes a week, 80 per month. You can sign up for the class that suits you best. Whether you are a beginner or more advanced, there are many choices. There are classes to study note-reading, etudes, basics, jazz, and many other titles.

child at piano

I attended a beginner older child or adult class. The zoom log-in was easy and all of the students were able to interact with the teacher. She had pre-loaded pdf forms with everything that we were going to learn. These could be printed out at home or we could just look at the screen. The teacher demonstrated everything on her keyboard and full-size piano.

She had plenty of question and answer time and progressed as fast as the age and level of students were able. There seemed to be very good teaching with easy-to-understand explanations. The concepts were being presented well and the children were having fun.

The Lessonface website is very easy to navigate and there are full descriptions of each class as well as resume’s of the teachers. I enjoyed the class and I am happy to share it with you. I spent 25 years teaching private piano lessons and have a degree in music, so you can believe me, right?

With the Piano Pass, students can attend as many live classes as they want, and feel confident by booking with the Lessonface guarantee. Enroll today and save. Regularly $39/mo. Start today and your first month is $14.99 for the first 30-days. Great teachers, great classes, guaranteed. Kids Pass are just $4.99 to start for the first 30-days. Regularly $19/mo.
For more information visit – https://www.lessonface.com/pianoclasses

Special offer for Piano Pass holders

Add 1:1 live online lessons. Spend over $120 on private lessons in your first month of signing up for Lessonface and take 15% off with the code: PIANOPASS.
https://www.lessonface.com/music-lessons/piano

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Lisa Ehrman

Lisa has been blogging since 2013, and loves sharing resources and ideas for living a simple life. To get free printables, bonus words, and more - sign up for the newsletter.

10 Comments

Sarah L · December 16, 2020 at 6:57 pm

Giving someone this gift of music will last their whole life long.

Lauryn R · December 17, 2020 at 12:55 pm

I love music, it can be such a healing and helpful thing in life. Giving the gift of music is a great idea! I need to get my daughter into a piano lesson.

    Lisa Ehrman · December 18, 2020 at 10:02 am

    Yes, it made such a difference in my life!

Deborah D · December 22, 2020 at 1:23 pm

I love the piano. Unfortunately, due to a disability I am unable to play it.

    Lisa Ehrman · December 22, 2020 at 7:23 pm

    I’m sorry, Deborah. I was once a pianist, but then my hands got arthritis. Can’t play anymore. We’ll just have to listen to music.

Sue E · January 31, 2021 at 6:24 pm

I cannot live without music 🎶 It has helped me through many an emotional time! It has also helped me with exercising. When I was little, I wanted to play the piano 🎹. It was a dream of mine! We didn’t have a piano though. Or the Internet to take classes. I’m glad things have changed so other little girls can fulfill their dreams!! This was pin worthy and definitely Facebook and Twitter worthy. Thank you for sharing!

    Lisa Ehrman · January 31, 2021 at 6:47 pm

    Thanks, Sue! I love seeing my little grandchild banging on the keys. I hope when he’s bigger he’ll be able to take lessons, too 🙂

Debbie P · March 12, 2021 at 11:34 am

What a great idea! Music has help me a lot over the years.

heather · May 3, 2021 at 4:40 pm

I have always wanted to learn how to play the piano.

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