What Will I Be Learning During Online Lessons?
             Evergreen Piano Studio provides online lessons over through Skype, Zoom or Google Duo.
            , The  comprehensive curriculum includes some or all of the following:
            Core lesson, technique, theory, eartraining, sightreading, scales and chords, lead sheets and basic composition.                Understanding that everyone is unique, the curriculum may be customized upon request or need.
 What Kind of Setup Do I Need For Online Lessons?
  • A device such as a desktop, laptop or tablet with a built in webcam.
Somewhere to place the device during online lessons such as a music standa table, a stool or a chair. For the student, it is best to position the device a little ways away from one side of the piano so that the teacher can see the profile of the student as well as his or her hands on the piano. You probably won’t need to change the position of your device once you get set up.
  • A full-sized acoustic or digital piano (recommendations below.)
  Yamaha P-115B 88-Key Graded Hammer Standard Digital Piano
  Yamaha DGX-660 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Grand Piano Premium
  Casio PX350 BK 88-Key Privia Digital Piano
  Kawai ES100 88-Key Digital Piano
  Alesis Coda Pro 88-Key Digital Piano
  Casio Privia PX160BK 88-Key Full Size Digital Piano
  Yamaha P45 88-Key Digital Piano
  • Books and/or sheet music are purchased by the teacher and mailed to your residence.
  • Access to Skype Zoom or Google Duo programs.
  • Headphones - some find that wearing these improves the sound/feedback/possible echoing. I haven’t noticed a huge difference.
  • External microphone? If you wish, but normally, the built in mic will suffice.
  • Extra webcam - aside from the one in your laptop, you may want to put one on a mic boom stand to show a different angle if you wish.