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Meet Your Online Music Teacher at Lessonface

The incredible roster of teaching talent that can be booked for online lessons at Lessonface may be a bit overwhelming at times. While you can easily filter, read bios, watch profile videos of past performances, and check out student reviews, it may still feel a little difficult to have a sense of what your teacher will be like in a lesson.

Teacher Innovations: Orchestras, Master Classes, Camps, and More

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Orchestras, camps, master classes, lessons, classes: There are more and more options for live, truly interactive online music and language learning going on here at Lessonface, and we have to salute the teachers who are coming up with their own concepts, as well as those who are rolling with ours and making them their own!

A Big Thanks to the LA Times

In this recent unprecedented time, we on team Lessonface have been more proud than ever of the phenomenal teacher community here, who have been taking on wave after wave of new students with their usual grace, style, and professionalism, not to mention teaching acumen.

Lessonface Recital and Our Commitment to the Community

Lessonface's 3rd annual spring recital a success

A huge bravo to all of the excellent performers in last night's third annual Spring Recital, our biggest and I daresay our best one yet! We heard from guitarists, violinists, vocalists, ukulele players, flutists, songwriters, and pianists. It's really inspiring to see and hear the results of the students' and teachers' hard work, especially in those students we have been seeing for multiple recitals over the years! 

Introducing Camp Lessonface

Lessonface Online Summer Camp for Young Musicians

Welcome to Camp Lessonface: 2 week intensive programs now enrolling for summer 2020! 

Camp will meet online for regular learning and practice sessions, focused on an instrument, as well as other campers-only activities and events.

The 2 week camp sessions will start the weeks of June 15, July 13, and July 27.

Each camp day campers will meet with their counselors and fellow campers for two 45-minute sessions with a 10-minute break. We will also host a magic show (August 2) and a talent show (August 9) for campers!

Why Quarantine is a Great Time for Writing

Why Quarantine is a Great Time for Writing

Dorothy Parker once said “I hate writing, I love having written.” Writing can be difficult for many reasons, but one of the most common inhibitors is trouble focusing. There is a reason the old cliche of the novelist living in the woods exists. But the truth is, the optimal setting and conditions for writing are different for everyone. Some writers prefer absolute silence (try earplugs if this is you and you live in a noisy apartment building or neighborhood), while others listen to music or relaxing soundscapes as they write.

Upcoming Classes and Events

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New classes just added for June! Find your group class below, and additional details and enrollment options by following the links. Classes listed with past start dates are still available for enrollment. Enrolling students will be able to immediately view class recordings from the already-completed class dates.

More classes for 2020 are coming soon. Want to take a class you don't see here? Suggest it and we'll see what we can do!

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Getting Started with Online Guitar Lessons

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Welcome to Lessonface!  If you’re new to the concept of learning guitar online, here’s an idea of what to expect from your classes.  Once you get used to the technical differences, learning guitar online is pretty similar to learning guitar in person. 

Can you use the guitar you already have?  

For many, taking guitar lessons is a long-standing interest that you suddenly have time to pursue or restart.  If you already have a guitar, here are the questions to ask to determine if it suits your current needs. 

Tips and Resources for New Lessonface Teachers

Lessonface has reached a huge milestone - we now have 1000 teachers on the platform in all sorts of music and language subjects!  Online lessons are a critical tool in continuing education during widespread shelter-in-place measures.  It’s exciting to watch our community grow and be able to provide such an important service to students all over the world.

For newcomers to the online teaching format, here are some tips to ease the transition, get comfortable with the Lessonface and Zoom platforms, and attract new students to your profile. 

GO! Group Online Weekly Classes

Group Online Classes from Lessonface

Meet our latest class format: Group Online (GO) classes are weekly drop-in classes. Students sign up each week or subscribe by the month. 

The classes listed below are ready for you to drop into at your chosen enrollment level. Find more details and enroll on the class pages. As always, contact us with questions or concerns.

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