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  • Affordable Online Singing Coach
    Try looking at where you can find different online instructors for a wide range of prices, some very inexpensive. Source: 6 months ago
  • Unable to do in-person lessons. What are the good online tools?
    Do online piano lessons. There are a number of great websites to find piano teachers at. I met my current piano teacher with Most of our lessons on online, but I've met with them a few times for lessons. Source: 12 months ago
  • Finding a piano teacher in the Northern VA area for an adult?
    I see a lot of ads on my youtube. Source: 12 months ago
  • Get 100 points for signing up with TakeLessons
    I got a pop up from MS asking me if I wanted 100 points for signing up with No clue what made it pop. Source: 12 months ago
  • Where are some good online resources to find a teacher for zoom and other learning options? Rural- no local options available.
    I've never played with others, but for a bit, I used to take lessons on... TakeLessons. There is a similar service called Lessonface, which honestly looks like the exact same thing with different teachers. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Does anyone know of any good online ASL tutors I could connect with tonight?
    Try ive used them a few times and you can just pay-per-session. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Probably unrelated, but I sorta wanna start learning Japanese. Where can I start?
    The first thing that I did was to study Hiragana and Katakana. Once I learned those pretty well. I found a private tutor on This may not work for everyone, but having a native speaker that speaks English teach me Japanese has been invaluable (at least to me). Again, your mileage may vary. Source: over 1 year ago
  • French language lessons
    If you aren't attached to in-person lessons, feel free to check out Source: over 1 year ago
  • Best online voice/vocal coaching/lessons? I live out in the middle of nowhere with no in person options. Thank you!
    I use - lots of choices of teachers and they offer lots of deals e.g. 1 dollar for your first half an hour lesson, so you could just try it out! Source: over 1 year ago
  • Ladies, let’s talk about our weird niche dream jobs.
    Get on something like I'm always looking for people like you to teach me those things. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Recommend someone who could give piano music lessons to a preteen child?
    Hey! I have actually posted on SFlist about this before because I have a few online students from SF. If you guys are open to online music lessons, I'm looking for a few more right now. I already have a few kids around 13. It used to be unworkable a few years ago, but after the pandemic online instruction has become really reliable and usable for students in the beginner to intermediate stages of learning. If a... Source: over 1 year ago
  • learning asl when you don't have much of a reason to?
    Once I was in about 5-6 DVDs, I also took private classes 2 times a month on for about 8 months. Book used was Signing Naturally. Those classes were emersion only. No speaking at all. Was useful, but hard to do over zoom. Wish I had done it in person, but had no choice at the time. Not sure how much this really helped me. The DVDs I think did the most for me. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I don't have a money for tutor is there any alternatives I can do?
    If the cost of in-person lessons is entirely unaffordable in your area, try or Call local music stores and see if they have any instructors who fit your budget or would work with you on a monthly instead of a weekly basis. It's worth it to invest whatever amount you can afford into setting yourself up for success. Otherwise it's likely you'll get hurt or frustrated to the point of... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Anyone know of a cello tutor who is good with kids? We live in Burke as a reference.
    I found my current music teacher (she unfortunately does not teach cello) through Source: about 2 years ago
  • meaningful activity
    Get an online coach to teach you just about anything. ( Source: about 2 years ago
  • Looking for an entirely new career choice and I'm not sure where to start
    I heard about this company and they are based in SD. Your music background may help. Https:// Source: about 2 years ago
  • Is my Voice Good for Band?
    No way man, I highly recommend against that. $100 for an hour? That's really steep. Let me share my experience for context. I went to consult with a teacher who advertised herself as an exceptional coach, her students went on to win competitions, American Idol, etc. Went there and she taught from her home studio, gorgeous place and absolutely kitted out with all the latest music tech. She saw me for about 15... Source: about 2 years ago
  • I don't know how to play with my deaf baby.
    If you need ASL resources, r/ASL has a list of them pinned to the top. There are also ways to take classes (outside of a university); my dad recently started learning online with an instructor we found on They meet over Zoom, and it's 1-on-1. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Teaching a newbie Violin
    We currently use There are probably other sites out there. I see you mention that your brother has autism, so this might help as you can meet with the teacher virtually (and by yourself the first time) and come up with a plan together that will help his situation and should hopefully be less intimidating for him. Good luck! Source: over 2 years ago
  • I don't like Dashing when it's dark, but I'm super broke.
    You can try looking at You can set up your own schedule and do online lessons with students. They take a part of your pay, but all music schools do. This might be more of a long term solution because you'd have to wait for students, but it might be worth starting! 😊. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Noobie singer here -- how to find a good online teacher?
    I came across but I can't tell how to determine if an instructor is good or bad? Price is important, but quality is more important.. I'd rather save up extra cash and go with someone who makes it all the worthwhile. Source: almost 3 years ago

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