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Our lessons are just $29 per 30 minutes or $54 per hour. No commitments or subscription required.


Our teachers are selected from top music conservatories, such as Juilliard. They also must have extensive teaching experience and be recommended by conservatory professors.


Schedule lessons in seconds with the ability to view teachers’ live calendars online. After booking, you’ll receive a Zoom link to learn from the comfort of your home.

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In a word, WOW. Since the very first lesson we've been completely blown away. Virtu is very easy to use, very easy to schedule and she hasn't missed a beat connecting or following along online. She loves, loves, loves cello and thinks Andrew is the coolest -- she practices all week for friends and family on Facetime. We're just so happy she has something to sink into, especially now.

— Jaimee H.

Technology is venturing into a new frontier: It is upending and democratizing the world of music lessons.

— New York Times

My son took a 1-hour trial lesson last week.  The teacher Josh was amazingly patient and very skilled.  My son found him very relatable, and he wants to continue lessons. I was nervous about virtual lessons.  I’ve taken him to in-person lessons, and this was by far a better experience.  He learned more in 1 hour than he did in a month of bi-weekly lessons.

— Sylvia P.

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How much do lessons cost?

Lessons are $29 per half hour or $54 per hour. Your first lesson is 50% off to make sure you find the perfect teacher for you!

Are online lessons as effective as in-person lessons?

Although there are some differences, multiple studies on distance learning, including this study from UNC, have shown that students are 36% more focused and perform 22% better when compared to in-person lesson.

We also take advantage of Zoom’s High Fidelity Music Mode, which was developed in partnership with Yale School of Music. This ensures that your teacher can hear every detail of your playing during each lesson.

How does TPAPT Self Study choose their music teachers?

All our teachers are from top music conservatories, such as Juilliard or Oberlin. They also must have extensive teaching experience and be recommended by conservatory professors.

What do I need to begin lessons?

After choosing a teacher and purchasing a lesson, all you need is a computer with a built in microphone and webcam. After booking you will be sent a link that connects you with your teacher at the scheduled time with two clicks.

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