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🎹How can you take private piano lessons in Edmonton?

Have you considered learning to play the piano?


There are 28 piano tutors on Superprof, available to give piano lessons in Edmonton.


The Superprof platform allows you to contact with the piano instructors registered on our platform.


Once your lesson request has been accepted, you can schedule your first lesson with your piano teacher.


Click here to see the teaching ads of piano teachers in your nearby area.


🎵 How many piano teachers are available to give piano classes near me?

In Edmonton and the suburban areas, there are 28 piano tutors available to give lessons


Take a look at your teacher's personal tutoring ad and message the piano tutors that suit your needs. On Superprof, we have piano instructors covering all levels and styles of piano.


Choose your piano classes from our range of more than 28 piano tutors.

💻 Is it possible to take lessons online?

Did you know that you can practice piano  from the comfort of your own home?

On Superprof, many of our piano teachers also offer private online lessons. In fact, about 80% of the private teachers across our platform give piano lessons via webcam.

Check out our platform to find available lessons online. Each tutor's profile will indicate whether they offer lessons via webcam, at their home, or another location.

Online piano lessons offer you more advantages in terms of flexibility and are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.

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💸 How much do teachers charge for piano classes per hour in Edmonton?

On average piano teachers charge $41 for piano lessons for beginners in Edmonton.


The cost for piano lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your piano teacher
  • the type of piano you want to learn (jazz, classical, contemporary etc.)
  • the location of your piano classes (via webcam or an outside location)
  • the frequency of your lessons and the duration of each class
  • the objective of your piano classes and your own personal level playing piano

97% of our piano teachers give their first lesson for free.


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🎸What equipment should you buy before taking piano classes with a piano teacher?

The first thing is obviously to invest in a piano, a keyboard or a digital piano. Some of the most widely used piano brands are Steinway & Sons and Sauter, and for keyboards and digital pianos Casio and Alesis are a few common ones.


The price of a new keyboard can sometimes put off new pianists. If this is the case, you can rent a piano to use until you feel ready to commit to purchasing your own piano.


Depending on the type of piano you want to play, you may also need to purchase:

  • A piano stool
  • A Piano exercise book
  • A methodology book
  • A metronome

Certain piano accessories are not mandatory in order for you to play the piano. Don't hesitate to ask your piano tutor for help on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you would like.


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The Best Way to Learn Piano in Edmonton


Is it true that the piano is one of the most comprehensive instruments you can learn? Yes, by far! In fact, with the piano you can be completely autonomous: you play the melody, you "accompany" yourself, you can be a base for singers, violins, trumpets and many other instruments... it is surprising that within an orchestra, there is usually only one. This is proof of its power as an instrument, even within a large ensemble of instruments of all kinds.


To become a pianist you need perseverance, dedication, commitment and a lot of discipline: It takes motivation, practice, technique and a lot of dedication. 


The best way to get started playing the piano is to start with simple exercises and continue with your favourite songs or the styles you like best, such as jazz or classical music. Many teachers can also train you in music theory, they will teach you the note scale, major and minor chords, harmony, technique, reading scores... This learning will be easier if you have studied other instruments such as the guitar. The teacher you choose will adapt to your objectives.


When you decide to learn to play the piano or the keyboard, you often wonder if you are the right age to do so.It is true that for children or teenagers it will be easier to follow the piano lessons. They will get used to good practice of the instrument sooner, will assimilate technique, chords, major and minor scales and solfeggio more easily and will be stimulated to develop their own discipline and creativity to the full.


This doesn't mean you can't take an online piano lesson for adults - you can achieve excellent results too!


Adults who decide to learn piano begin with a greater knowledge of their musical tastes (and can therefore ask their teacher to work more on jazz or classical music, for example) and also know how to cope better with the working hours and frustrations that can inevitably occur in the early hours of piano lessons.

Before embarking on the purchase of a piano, which can be very expensive, it is a good idea to make sure that you want to continue studying this instrument in the long run. Especially if you are dealing with children, who often tend to change their minds, this investment can be risky. So opting, if possible, for less expensive temporary solutions such as a keyboard is a good solution. You can also contact former piano students or more advanced students to find out their opinions, to recommend brands of piano or keyboard or even to rent a piano. You can also read reviews on the internet before buying a piano. They can also tell you tips and techniques for learning the major and minor chords.


Take private piano lessons from home

Would you like to learn the piano in the tranquillity of your own home? Simply consult the Superprof teaching ads and select the teacher who best suits your needs. In the advertisements you will be able to read the experience of each teacher and even opinions of former students. This teacher will guide you as a student step by step, working in synergy with you, following your learning pace.


Beginners, advanced or professionals can take piano lessons online or in person. These private lessons will allow you to learn all facets of this magnificent instrument. What kind of music would you like to learn to play first on the piano?

Piano lessons with professional piano teachers


Our piano tutors are professional pianists, piano teachers or passionate musicians sufficiently prepared in pedagogy to teach the basics of this instrument. It is up to you, depending on your initial level and what you want to achieve later on with these piano lessons, to understand which teacher might be in line with your expectations.


Your teacher will do exercises adapted to your level as well as the lessons, so the online lessons will be as productive as . Many teachers also use videos as support material, either their own or from Youtube. Youtube videos can be useful as support after the lessons, if you want to play a particular song or if you want to learn a more complicated chord.


Most of our teachers almost always offer the first piano lesson online for free: you can see if the teacher has the knowledge you are looking for and if you can get along with him. Keep in mind that you will work much better in a relaxed atmosphere. This first free lesson will also help you to tell the teacher what you expect from the lessons, what your musical tastes are, if you want just practical lessons online or also lessons in music theory or to do a small level test to see if you are starting from scratch or already have some knowledge of solfeggio or harmony or even practice.


Not only piano or keyboard, some teachers offer, in addition to piano lessons, the learning of other instruments such as guitar or wind instruments. Who knows if you don't feel like broadening your musical skills and, after having consolidated your knowledge with the piano, you launch yourself into a new adventure! 


One last piece of advice: if your child dreams of having piano lessons, be honest with him/her and let him/her know that he/she will have to practice every day.  Also warn him that the first few years are emotionally and physically difficult, so that he does not immediately become discouraged with his music teaching and miss out on a great opportunity. Learning is not easy, so it is important to persevere and stay motivated!


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