As a beginning piano student you probably know already that practicing is an important part of learning the instrument and growing in your abilities.
For most of us, practicing means/meant sitting down at the piano and playing through the weekly assignment a few times and then repeat the next day. When we do this, we often end up repeating our mistakes as well as the things that we’re doing right and we don’t see the kind of growth we want to. It’s then that we start to ask questions like:
All of these questions are fabulous and mean that you are ready to dive in deeper into your practicing - even as a beginner - so you can see some great results from your hard work.
So…you just started playing the piano and you are wondering if you have to practice every day to play well.
How long should you practice?
What do you need to start working on first?
Remember that the more often you sit down and practice for at least a good 30-40 minute session, the easier it will be to do and will become a habit before you know it. The reward is seeing how fast your piano playing is improving! I give several examples of each of these tips at the piano in the following video so join me while you sit at your keyboard and we'll go over them together.
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