How Online Music Lessons Work
Lessonface connects students with highly qualified, excellent teachers for one-on-one and group classes over high quality video conference. All you need to use Lessonface is a computer or tablet with webcam and reliable Internet access. Watch this overview video for a more in-depth look into how Lessonface works.
Top Four FAQs:
Q1: I live in Los Angeles and the teacher I want to take lessons with lives in Des Moines. How do I figure out what time to book?
A1: When you register, you set your time zone. The lesson options on your teacher's calendar are translated into your time zone. Just book the time that works for you.
Q2: How and when do I pay?
A2: Lessonface takes all major credit cards and Paypal. You can book and pay for one lesson at a time, in packages, or with a recurring monthly payment. You can reschedule and cancel lessons up to 24 hours before the lesson start time, though more notice is appreciated. Teachers set their own rates, which are detailed on the teachers' profile pages. We offer a full satisfaction guarantee.
Q3: Can I ask the teacher a question first?
A3: Of course. You can send a direct message to a teacher from his or her profile page. You will need to register on the site, which is free and only takes a minute.
Q4: Are we using Skype?
A4: We use Zoom videoconferencing. There's no additional fee for the software, and you do not need a separate Zoom account. It's all built into the Lessonface system. You can test your set up by registering for a free account, then going to the right hand menu accessible by clicking your circular profile image and choosing "VIDEO TEST ROOM."
Other questions? Visit the full FAQs, or:
- Contact us directly.
- Check out upcoming group classes.
- Read more about how to find a teacher.
- Read more about getting ready for your first lesson.
- Read more about teaching through Lessonface.