The only online piano lessons with the depth of instruction of a world-class teacher.

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  • Read notes & play songs with both hands from day one
  • Incredibly effective – practice & learn 16 times faster
  • Responds to your playing just like a live teacher
  • Works with any MIDI keyboard / digital piano
  • Ideal for adults and kids


Over 80,000 piano beginners have learned through the Musiah Method



Introducing a revolution in online piano lessons

In the past, teaching yourself how to play piano used to be difficult and time-consuming whether you learned with a live teacher or through video lessons online. Typically it took years to learn to play even easy songs to a reasonable standard.

Now those times are over. Using the latest A.I. technology, Musiah speaks to you and, pointing to the sheet music, he guides you and responds to your playing just like a live teacher. With Musiah piano lessons online, you'll receive a comprehensive music education. From note reading to rhythm, scales to chords, ear training to memory training, music theory, playing technique and more, Musiah will even teach performance skills.

If you have a dream to learn to play piano, this is the most effective, affordable and practical way to learn. And you can get started right now with just a few clicks.


Check out our piano lesson syllabus

Below is a summary of our online piano lessons for beginners. Some sites offer a limited number of free basic piano lessons but here at Musiah, we give you 14 DAYS COMPLETELY FREE in which you can try as many of our piano lessons as you wish. To start a free trial, simply click the signup button. Signup is quick and easy, so you can be learning your first lesson in just a few clicks.

Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 1

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This level has 19 terrific piano lessons for beginners that will take you from the very beginning to playing great songs with both hands in time with fun backing tracks. As you progress, you will learn correct playing technique, music theory, how to read music and more. And as you practice, Musiah will be with you to guide you every step of the way.

Around 70% of our students are adults, so these lessons are ideal for grown-ups (as well as kids from age 7). No prior experience is needed, so if you have never played piano before – these lessons are perfect for you. They're also great for students who are returning to piano after a long break. To use Musiah, you need a MIDI keyboard (minimum 49 keys) or digital piano connected to your PC, Mac or iPad by either cable or Bluetooth.

View our Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 1

  • Lesson 1 – Easy beginner steps
  • Lesson 2 – Playing with the left hand
  • Lesson 3 – Easy song for both hands
  • Lesson 4 – Reading sheet music
  • Lesson 5 – Learning to read and play more notes
  • Lesson 6 – Playing duets
  • Lesson 7 – Advanced duet playing and the importance of rests
  • Lesson 8 – New rhythms and introduction to sight reading
  • Lesson 9 – Efficient ways to learn and practice
  • Lesson 10 – Playing a rhythmic accompaniment
  • Lesson 11 – Playing very different notes in each hand at the same time
  • Lesson 12 – Playing thirds
  • Lesson 13 – Ensemble playing: accompaniment part
  • Lesson 14 – Ensemble playing: main melody part
  • Lesson 15 – Ensemble playing: harmony part
  • Lesson 16 – Advanced coordination
  • Lesson 17 – More advanced coordination
  • Lesson 18 – Finger exercise
  • Lesson 19 – Alternating hands
  • Bonus – Performance Challenge


Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 2

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In this second level of 15 piano lessons for beginners, you'll build on the skills and knowledge gained in Level 1. Areas covered include new hand positions on the keyboard, crossing one hand over the other, increased coordination and finger independence, chords, different accompaniment styles, ensemble (group) playing, how to read sheet music faster, music theory, e.g. tied notes, more note and rest values, recognizing patterns in the sheet music and more.

View our Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 2

  • Lesson 20 – D position
  • Lesson 21 – Crossing the left hand over the right hand
  • Lesson 22 – Increased Finger Independence
  • Lesson 23 – Tied Notes & Pattern Recognition
  • Lesson 24 – Left Hand In F Position
  • Lesson 25 – Chord accompaniment
  • Lesson 26 – Melody Shared Between Both Hands
  • Lesson 27 – Accompaniment chord patterns
  • Lesson 28 – Melody patterns
  • Lesson 29 – Ensemble playing: main melody
  • Lesson 30 – Ensemble playing – syncopated rhythm
  • Lesson 31 – Canon
  • Lesson 32 – Speeding up your note reading
  • Lesson 33 – Advanced right hand coordination
  • Lesson 34 – Two hands playing on bass staff
  • Bonus – Performance Challenge


Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 3

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In this third level of 15 more piano lessons for beginners, as you continue to build your reading and playing skills, you'll learn songs involving new hand positions, more advanced coordination, fuller chords, scales, new notes and new music theory, and more advanced sensmbe (group) playing. By the time you have finished this level of beginner piano lessons, you'll be read for our intermediate piano lessons (Levels 4 to 9 of the course) and finally our advanced piano lessons (Levels 10 to 13)

View our Piano Lessons For Beginners – Level 3

  • Lesson 35 – Right hand chords with three notes
  • Lesson 36 – Melody alternates rapidly between two hands
  • Lesson 37 – C major scale
  • Lesson 38 – G major scale
  • Lesson 39 – Both hands written on separate treble staffs
  • Lesson 40 – Melody and harmony
  • Lesson 41 – A natural minor scale
  • Lesson 42 – Advanced coordination between two hands
  • Lesson 43 – E natural minor scale
  • Lesson 44 – Accompaniment featuring pairs of notes and a rhythmic bass pattern
  • Lesson 45 – Rhythmical melody shared between the two hands
  • Lesson 46 – Tricky pairs of left hand notes
  • Lesson 47 – B position – a new position for the right hand
  • Lesson 48 – Ensemble piece with four parts
  • Lesson 49 – Rhythmic part in a four–part ensemble piece
  • Bonus – Performance Challenge


Intermediate & Advanced Levels

In the Musiah course of piano lessons, there are 13 levels in total. Levels 4 to 9 are intermediate piano lessons and levels 10 to 13 are advanced piano lessons.


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