LessonFace Connects Top Teachers to Enterprising Students Online
Brooklyn, NY, Nov 19, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The Internet has changed the way we work, connect, shop, and learn. LessonFace is proud to offer a new way to take advantage of the power of this connectivity by launching its high-performing video conferencing platform for students and teachers to connect for online music lessons all over the world.
With standard broadband Internet access and a simple webcam, using the LessonFace.com platform is a truly easy way to get started with an instrument or get back on the path to virtuosity.
"We're hearing from students that they love the convenience of the live teacher online model," says LessonFace CEO Claire Cunningham. "People like setting a schedule to learn and - most importantly - they like interacting with an expert."
LessonFace, operating out of Brooklyn, NY, offers classes for children, beginners, intermediates, and experts in over 85 categories, from guitar, drums, and trombone to beatboxing and music marketing. With teachers sporting Grammys, decades of expertise in music lessons, and both mature and successful and budding recording and live careers, LessonFace presents a more complete learning experience for students who may have already begun to capitalize on the growing online learning trend through YouTube videos, apps, and other avenues.
This invaluable face-to-face interaction with expert music teachers from all over the world, in real time and from the comfort and convenience of a home computer, opens doors for students to learn instruments that otherwise may have been out of reach. In fact, students affected by Hurricane Sandy yet lucky enough to maintain power and Internet connection were able to continue their learning process.
"The student/teacher interaction of a lesson allows for specialized instruction that caters to a student's needs, interests, and pace," says woodwinds teacher Melissa Williams. "As both a student and teacher of music, I find that personalized feedback provides both motivation and a level accountability important to nurture the growth of musical skills."
It's a common refrain amongst educators that to really take learning seriously, you need expert tutelage. LessonFace's online format allows top-of-the-line masters not typically available to people in their homes to connect with students any time of day, from anywhere in the world - all without leaving the home or studio. It's a win all around.
LessonFace.com puts students and teachers together for online music lessons over a high-performing video chat platform. Top teachers from all over the world offer online music lessons in a broad range of categories and styles. Set a schedule and learn to play.
Interviews with CEO Claire Cunningham and LessonFace teachers available by request.
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