Online Music Learning Made Easy With The VirtuLessons eClassroom
Live music lessons with music teachers on your PC, laptop, or mobile device.
Easy and Convenient. Take lessons wherever you are, whenever you want.
Designed by a teacher to give students and teachers the best tools for learning music online.
No software to download. Learn directly in your web browser. All you need is a computer with a webcam and microphone.
A Virtual Music Classroom. State of the art web video, audio, and interactive whiteboard tools bring the classroom to you.
How it Works
Choose Your Teacher
Tell us what you want to learn and when you want to learn. We'll recommend an available teacher who fits your skill level and learning goals.
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Schedule Your Lesson
Simply choose your teacher and confirm your lesson time. Pay as you go or save with a multi-lesson credit package. Affordable and convenient. Lessons start at just $25 per lesson.
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Use your web browser, webcam, and microphone and join the live lesson on VirtuLessons at the scheduled time.
We take the hassle out of finding and choosing your music teacher by matching you with our high quality teachers. VirtuLessons teachers are personally vetted by the VirtuLessons team for their teaching experience and quality of instruction.
Meet the VirtuLessons Teachers
I have been a Bagpipe Instructor for over thirty years working primarily with the Nassau County Police Dept. Pipe Band. I am also working with the Northport Pipes and Drums. Additionally, I am the principal Bagpipe instructor and Pipe Major for the St. Anthony's H.S., Celtic Friars Pipe Band.which we founded in 2010.
- Percussion - Drum Set
- Music Theory/Composition
As a classically trained musician from the Crane School of Music, John has a vast knowledge of music theory and arrangement. John “Pizz” may be 26 on paper, but has the proficiency of any well-seasoned musician. He is an asset both on and off stage as a multi-instrumentalist and as an expert of professional audio equipment. John’s repertoire stretches far beyond his years. At an early age John’s musical influences came from listening to disco,... Read More
SHARON BEAVERS GIANUZZI (aka Mrs. G) I believe that God created each of my students to be unique individuals, complete with different personality traits, learning abilities and talents. It is my desire as a music educator to bring out the VERY BEST in every student I work with. In addition to experiencing the cognitive and emotional benefits of music lessons, it is also a priority of mine that my students experience the incredible joy that... Read More
- Music Theory/Composition
- Piano - Jazz
- Bass - Jazz
Andrew Schiller is currently residing in Brooklyn, NY after finishing a master’s degree in jazz bass performance at the New England Conservatory. A native of Phoenix, he graduated from Arizona State University under the musical direction of Michael Kocour. His personal mentors have been Ken Schaphorst, Donny McCaslin, Ralph Alessi, and Frank Carlberg. His bass teachers include John Clayton, Dave Holland, and John Lockwood. Andrew started performing on bass (electric and acoustic) and piano, forming... Read More
Gamified Learning Experience
VirtuLessons makes learning music online fun for students of all ages.
- Track your progress and earn points and levels as you learn. Unlock new challenges.
- Show off your learning progress and achievements to your friends and family with badges.
- Practice your music skills with interactive learning games. We make learning fun!