Lessonface connects students to great music teachers for face-to-face online live lessons. Since Lessonface.com came online in 2013, tens of thousands of music enthusiasts of all ages all over the world have joined.
Lessonface aims to amplify the reach of inspirational experts by providing an easy-to-use booking, messaging, scheduling, learning, and reviewing system for online lessons and classes. Lessonface staff vets all the instructors you will find on Lessonface and our system enforces common sense policies so the lessons and classes can be operated well and fairly on all sides. We are a lean operation, so that we can pass the vast majority of the lesson fees directly from the students to the teachers.
Lessonface is headquartered in the renowned Westbeth Artist Community in the West Village of New York City. We host seminars, workshops, group classes and small concerts in our studio. Most of our NYC-based events can also be attended remotely via live streaming video. Check out the upcoming event schedule.
Lessonface is COPPA compliant, for safe and fun use by all ages.
Pictured from L to R: Director of Artistry Yonit Spiegelman, Community Manager Kelly Leprohon, co-founder and CEO Claire Cunningham, and co-founder Ashford Tucker in front of the Lessonface studio at Westbeth looking into the sun in September 2017
Lessonface Advisory Board
Deb de Sherbinin
KidSmart, New England Chapter Head of Women in Toys, Former Director of Marketing at Hasbro
Chuck Eesley, PhD
Stanford Professor of Management and Engineering