A lot of things have changed in recent days with the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has affected everything, from the way people work, shop, and eat to how they spend time with friends and relatives and even how they continue to enjoy their hobbies. If you were taking classical piano lessons and had to stop because of the pandemic, then you will be glad to know that you can keep up with your lessons and you won't have to leave the house. Instead, you will be able to participate in Zoom-based classical piano lessons. Learn more about these lessons and why they are so great here.
How Zoom-based classical piano lessons work
When you are going to have your classical piano lessons on Zoom, you will need to know enough basic information to get started. If you have been invited to join a session by your piano teacher, then you will be sent an email with a link in it. You want to follow this link and download the Zoom software and create a free account if you aren't already signed up on Zoom. Once you are signed up with Zoom, then you can also start your own sessions by signing into the app and clicking on "new meeting."
How to learn on Zoom
When you are having your classical piano lessons over Zoom, you do need to make sure that you are all set up to have lessons that you actually learn from. This means that you are going to want to make sure that you can see your teacher well and that they can see you. You are also going to want to make sure you are using a computer or device that has good speakers and a clear microphone. If you have an older device, then you may not be able to use it for your lessons because it may run too slowly. In the session, your teacher will be able to give you instructions and they will be able to watch you play. While they are watching you play, they will be able to instruct you and let you know what you are doing right and what you are doing wrong. They can even show you how to play by allowing you to watch them play a part in a piece you may be struggling with.
The benefits of learning on Zoom
There are a lot of benefits that come with taking your classical piano lessons on Zoom. Some of these benefits include being able to continue learning to play the piano without risking your health, being able to learn from the comforts of home, saving time and gas money by not needing to drive to and from your lessons, and being able to have your lessons even when you don't feel good.
To learn more, contact a resource that offers Zoom-based classical piano lessons.