Online Piano Courses
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Welcome to YouLearnMusic! There have been countless studies on the benefits of learning to play an instrument. Some of those benefits include positive affects to your health and overall well being. Those things are great. However, let's be real, it's refreshing, soothing, and a joy to sit down at a piano and play your favorite songs! Think about it -Timeless and classic songs are at the tip of your fingers. My goal is to get those songs out of your fingers.
Here are your benefits:
- 90% less than the cost of traditional Lessons
- Learn from a Pro
- 24/7 access
- Learn at your own pace
- Overhead view of piano and lighted midi keys
- New weekly song tutorials
- Stream lessons on any device
"Excellent course, great teacher, and Louis keeps you interested! "
- Toye, North Carolina
"The courses are simple and easy to follow."
- Rene, Washington D.C.
"I like the Lesson videos. I have a very demanding job and this works perfectly for me. Louis is a great teacher and you can tell he enjoys what he is doing."
- Levon, Virginia
"The learning process was easy. At first it seemed as if one of the songs was going to be difficult to learn, but the step by step process provided made learning the song very easy. I learned how to play a song in 10 minutes"
- Kelly, North Carolina
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Louis Jones has over 20 years of experience playing and teaching music. He has traveled across the states performing and opening for various artists such as Jonathan Butler and Donnie McClurklin. Mr. Jones studied classical piano with Patricia King and studied jazz piano with Harry Appleman at Montgomery College. He received his B.S. degree from High Point University.
His musical influences range from Mozart to Oscar Peterson. He plays the piano, guitar, bass, drums, and the Hammond organ. He currently serves as the Director of Music at a local church. Mr. Jones performs regularly throughout the DC metro area as a studio session musician, music director, and accompanist.