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How Long Does It Take To Learn Piano?

Updated: Jan 9

I'm sure you've heard by now that learning to play the piano can be one of the most rewarding things you'll ever do.


But how long does it take?


Well, if your goal is to become a concert pianist or professional musician, you could spend years practicing each day and still not have mastered enough pieces to make a living.


If your goal is just to play for yourself or with friends at parties, then just about anyone can learn in 3-6 months!


Let's get started...


Learning piano is a fun and fulfilling hobby, but it can also be time-consuming. It can also take years to become proficient at playing the instrument.


Many people find that they don't have the time for this type of commitment so they decide against learning how to play the piano.


If you're interested in taking up the instrument, here are some tips to help you learn quickly:



1. Practice, practice, practice!


This may seem obvious to you, but it's important to realize that in order to learn an instrument you need to have the time available to practice.


As much as possible try and find at least 30 minutes each day where you can set aside time just for playing the piano.


This way when inspiration strikes you, you can seize the moment and practice a little bit while it's still fresh instead of having to wait until some time in the future.


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2. Don't give up!


It takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit, so there will be some temptation to just play for a few minutes and then stop.


This is normal and should be expected.


If you find yourself tempted to give up, make a pact with yourself that you'll play for at least 15 minutes each day before stopping or look at some easier songs to play.



3. Find the best lessons


There are many different styles of piano lessons online and it can be hard to figure out which ones will work best for you.


It's a good idea to start by trying out some sample lessons from a few different sources and seeing which ones you like the best.


Once you've decided on one particular course, make sure that you complete all of the lessons in order because the later lesson will often build upon information learned in previous sessions.


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4. Practice frequently


It's a good idea to set aside a time each day when you can practice.


This will also help you get into the habit of playing every day so that once you have completed your course it will be easier to maintain the lessons and start looking for new songs to master.



5. Try recording yourself


After spending some time learning how to play the piano, give it a try and record yourself and listen to your playing. You might be surprised at how far you've come!


If you follow these 5 tips, learning the piano should take between 3-6 months depending on how much time you can dedicate to practice each day.


Remember that learning an instrument is a long process but well worth it in the end when you can sit down and enjoy your favorite tunes.


Try recording yourself

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