Our hands-on testing is designed to simulate real-world experiences with online piano teaching programs.For our tests, we purchased month-long trials from each company.The video tutorials visually demonstrate how to play songs and teach important concepts so you have the necessary building blocks to progress.Practice tools hone your piano-playing skill set and often include exercises for your left hand and right hand and detailed instructions so you practice the right way and don’t learn bad habits.You can expect to pay to 0 per month for in-person lessons versus either a per month subscription or 9 lifetime membership to our favorite piano learning software.
That means you don't have to worry about recurring payments.
These are the only programs we tested that have these features.
Song Requests If you’re interested in learning specific songs on the piano, look for software that lets you choose what to play.
We converted these evaluations into scores to determine how well each program presents the piano curriculum.
Part of our ranking is also based on whether the curriculum covers essential basics, such as note values, note names, finger numbers, notes with a corresponding key, and treble and bass clefs, early in the lessons.