How To Teach Online Piano Lessons | Cunningham Piano

In this video, we’re going to explore how to teach piano lessons online. I’ve been teaching piano lessons online since 2009 when I created my YouTube series, Clair de Lune From Scratch, and since 2014 I’ve been teaching students all around the world through my online popular piano school at Artist Works. I’ll be sure to have some links to those resources in the notes below. In this video, we’re going to explore three basic ways for piano teachers to teach live one-on-one lessons over the internet. They’re going to vary in terms of the quality of the video and of the sound, as well as some of the capabilities of what you can teach and show through these streaming lessons. We’ll also touch a little bit on what’s going to be needed in terms of equipment for the students to receive those lessons.

How To Teach Piano Online

Hugh’s Clair de lune from Scratch YouTube lesson series:
Hugh’s Online Popular Piano School at ArtistWorks:

Zoom Video Conferencing software:
inStand Laptop tripod:
Manos Mount universal tablet holder:
Logitech C920S HD webcam:
On Stage CM01 video camera mount for mic stands:
10′ USB extension cable:
Audio-Technica AT2020USB+ microphone:
Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini HDMI Video Switcher:
DPA 4099 Piano Microphone:
DPA 4061 Lavalier microphone:
Zoom LiveTrak L-12 Digital Mixer:
Akaso Brave 4 4k Action Camera:
25′ Mini HDMI to HDMI cable:
15′ USB C to HDMI cable (for iPad):

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