How to Teach Yourself to Play the Piano
Updated: September 6, 2019
This article was co-authored by Michael Noble, PhD. Michael Noble is a professional concert pianist who received his PhD in Piano Performance from the Yale School of Music in 2018. He has been playing piano since 1995, and has performed at Carnegie Hall and at other venues across the United States, Europe, and Asia.
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The piano is a unique and interesting instrument, and also is fun to play. While you may think that it is impossible to become a proficient and consistent player without years and years of expensive piano lessons, that is not necessarily the case. With a little knowledge about the notes, keys, and chords, and a lot of practice, you can teach yourself to play the piano.