Virtual Lessons

Thanks to the widespread use of high-quality internet capabilities and vast number of personal electronic devices, remote video has become an extremely convenient, affordable, and accessible way to stay in touch with friends and family. But that’s not all this technology can be used for. As more people look for ways to expand their skills from the comfort of their own home, many are signing up for Music Lessons through their tablets, computers, or smartphones. Whether you’re trying to develop your instrumental or vocal skills here are a few ways that video sharing software could improve your Music Education.

Virtual Lessons and Classes are available to be scheduled Monday through Saturday and are set up according to the instructors and students schedules. Suzuki Music School of Maryland, Inc. offers these lessons and classes in all instrument and voice. Call for more information and to register 410-964-1983. Family Deals and COVID 19 Incentives/Specials may be available.


Can Lead to Better Focus and Concentration

If you have trouble focusing during in-person or group classes, it may be hard to retain skills or get the practice you need to master vocal or instrumental techniques. For some people, online instruction via FaceTime can bolster the student's concentration and focus. For example, since your mobile device, smartphone, tablet, or computer will be a dedicated screen to video instruction, you won’t have to worry about outside distractions. The one-on-one or small group structure will also allow you to get more individualized attention from your instructor. If you’re disrupted by your surrounding environment, you can use headphones to block outside noise and stay focused on the Music .

Can Be Expanded To Include Instruction From A Wider Area

The personalized and direct nature of Music Education has traditionally required students to take Music Lessons in person with instructors in their local area. However, with FaceTime, if there isn’t a qualified instructor in your community, you may find your Music Lessons can be expanded to include a wider area.

Can Be Taken In The Convenience Of Your Home

You can take online music lessons without leaving your home. All you need is a computer with internet connection and your instrument. You will arrange with your instructor when you should log into your FaceTime or Zoom account to start your lesson. When you take your lessons from home, there is no need for commuting to and from the class.