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Online Group Piano

Join our cutting-edge online group piano classes - enrolling now!

Online group piano classes are the perfect solution for beginning students of all ages to learn piano in a dynamic, group environment.

All group piano classes are taught by Mrs. Stackhouse - a foremost expert in the art of online group piano teaching.  All online courses include full online support via Google Classroom which allows students to engage with the content through videos, recordings, online exercises, and group discussions.

Classes are available for grades 1-12!  Classes are grouped into grades 1-6, and grades 7-12.  Students follow a highly structured curriculum built from high-quality methods while also incorporating fun supplemental pieces, games, online activites, and more!

Beat the commute and learn piano in a fun, relaxed, & interactive environment with others with the same goals.  Class size is limited - enroll today!


The Benefits of Online Group Piano Lessons

or "Why I Love Teaching Groups Online, and why you'll love it too!"


Fun & Motivating

The group nature of the class can make beginning lessons less intimidating and much more fun! Playing music with others can help inspire and motivate students to practice more during the week.  Friendly competition among peers can encourage students to strive for improvement and excellence.


Structured Learning

Group piano classes follow a structured piano curriculum that helps ensure all students progress together. Student have access to Google Classroom during the week, which contains their practice assignment, recordings and videos, and links to online exercises and games.


Performance Opportunities

In addition to a recital at the end of the term, low-pressure performance opportunities occur weekly in group piano classes, so students can perform whenver they're ready.  These small performances help build self-confidence and make bigger performances easier!


Highly Cost-Effective

Online group lessons are more affordable than private lessons, but still give your child access to the best instructor and curriculum available!  Group classes are 45 minutes, but only cost half the price of private lesson tuition!

What does a typical group lesson look like?

Group piano classes are highly structured to make the most of our time together - AND so we have time to have FUN together, too!  Here's a rundown of a typical online group class:


Log in & warm up on pieces from previous lesson


Review technique & preview  new material through exercises


Review of last week's pieces & introduction of new material



Reinforcing new concepts through games and activities


Applying new concepts in new supplementary pieces


Mastering new concepts through written or online activites and games

What You'll Learn in One Semester:


Basic note values & rhythm reading


Piano key names & keyboard geography


Basic note reading on the grand staff


Proper Beginning Piano Technique


Musicality & Artistry in Performance


Grades 1-6

Students in grades 1-6 are grouped together to create a dynamic learning environment using developmentally appropriate curriculum, pieces, games, and activites.


Grades 7-12

Students in grades 7-12 are grouped together to facilitate a faster learning pace using curriculum designed specifically for older beginners, and pieces that appeal to this age group.

What are online piano classes like?

Unlike some online teachers, I am NOT sitting with a cell phone trying to get everything in view!  I have multiple cameras and mics set up so that you don't miss a single thing.  In fact, you might actually be able to see better than you would in an in-person lesson thanks to the visualizer!  Click below to watch a short demonstration.

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Free Demo Class!

Register now for a free demonstration class.

If you've never seen a group piano class before, it can be hard to imagine how it works.  Register now for a free demonstration class and I'll be happy to show you!

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Open enrollment for beginners, Grades 1-12!

Enroll now for Fall 2024

Fall enrollment is open!  We are currently accepting: 

  • new beginniners

  • students with less than one year in piano lessons

  • students in grades 7-12 who are returning to the piano after stopping lessons at a younger age


Fall classes are 15 weeks and begin the week of August 19, 2024.

Class schedule is determined by interest and student availability.  On your enrollment form, please indicate your availability in detail to be placed in a class.

Ben, Oklahoma City

"I had an amazing experience with Mrs. Stackhouse, whose engaging and patient approach made learning in a group class both enjoyable and enriching.  Her ability to foster a supportive and encouraging environment helped me thrive and develop a genuine passion for music!"

Have more questions about online group piano classes?

Check out the answers to our most frequently asked questions below. 

Still need help? 

Fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page and I'll be happy to assist you!

  • How do group piano classes differ from group music classes, and which one is more suitable for my child's needs?
    It is recommended that preschool students successfully complete at least one Music for Little Mozarts group class and/or the Introduction to Piano course before beginning Preschool Group Piano Classes. Music for Little Mozarts group classes are focused on general musicianship skills and do not require a student to practice piano outside of class. Students may take the Music for Little Mozarts classes as many times as they desire - there are 3 "levels" available, but they may be repeated if desired. Preschool Group Piano Classes do require practice with parental help outside of lessons, as do private lessons. If you do not yet own a piano, or cannot balance parent-led piano practice outside of lessons, the group Music for Little Mozarts classes would be the best fit. Families who are ready to commit to daily parent-led piano practice outside of lessons may join the Preschool Group Piano class.
  • How long are the group piano classes, and how often are they held?
    Preschool Group Piano Classes meet once per week for 40 minutes.
  • How much do group piano classes cost?
    Preschool group piano classes are $90 per month, or the semester may be paid in full for a small discount. This fee includes: - All weekly lessons - Access to online course materials - One in-class performance at the end of the semester ​ At enrollment, all students are assessed a $20 studio fee to help keep our studio running smoothly. ​ Parents are responsible for purchasing all necessary books and materials at the beginning of the semester. ​
  • Will the teacher provide materials such as sheet music and textbooks?
    Parents are responsible for purchasing all materials required for class. This may include, but is not limited to, music books, sheet music, flash cards, workbooks, plush characters, etc. Parents must have access to email and My Music Staff for weekly practice assignments.
  • What curriculum is used in the classes?
    Our group piano classes use the Music for Little Mozarts Piano Course to make the transition from Music for the Little Mozarts to piano classes familiar and FUN!
  • Can I drop my child off?
    Parents of preschool students are encouraged to attend the majority of their child's classes. Preschool students tend to need daily help practicing, so it is best to observe what we are playing during the lesson so that you can help them at home. You are always welcome to record any part of the lesson to refer back to it later.
  • Does my child need a piano?
    Yes. Students must have a piano in the home prior to enrolling in group piano classes. If you need recommendations for a first instrument, I will be happy to provide a list of acceptable instruments at various price points.
  • What is the level of commitment required for group piano classes, and is there a minimum enrollment period?
    Group Piano enrollment is for the semester (15 weeks.) Parents and students should be commited to practicing at least 15-20 minutes per day, 5 days per week outside of class.
  • Will my child have the opportunity to perform in public or participate in competitions?
    Preschool students enrolled in group piano classes will have a small in-class performace during the last class of the semester. Preschool group piano students are not eligible for competitions, adjudicated contests, or studio classes, but may join these events once they have entered 1st grade and enroll in traditional private piano lessons.
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