Webcam Lessons Available – Worldwide

Posted in Music by Robert Henry

Have you ever talked to a friend or relative via Skype?  Via webcam?  Using the interwebs?

Well, that same techmology allows us to work together as musicians — as teacher and student — from literally anywhere in the world.

Many universities and conservatories make use of webcam instruction.

As an Atlanta-based pianist and teacher, I think it’s pretty amazing to be at home in the mountains of north Georgia and give a lesson to someone in Germany.

Yes, the internet is full of all kinds of craziness, but come, let us reason together.  As the phoenix doth rise out of the ashes, so shall we  — with piano lessons over a webcam!

All joking aside, this is a great way to have regular lessons or an occasional coaching.  Maybe you’d like to brush up on a recital or competition program, or to have a freakin’ genius help you with a specific problem.

All you need is Skype (or equivalent, such as Windows Live), a webcam/computer, and a piano.

Of course, I’m available for in-person private lessons, both at home and at Kennesaw State University, where I am Artist-in-Residence.

Contact me if you’d like to work together.  I’d love to hear from you.