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Online piano lessons have become increasingly popular, especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Platforms such as Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom have made it convenient for students to continue their piano education from the comfort of their own homes. These virtual lessons have been available since March 2020 and have proven to be a viable option for both teachers and students. All you need to participate is a computer or tablet, and while it is recommended to use a microphone and loudspeaker for better audio quality, it is not a requirement. The teacher is fully equipped to provide online instruction.


The transition to online formats for instrumental lessons has been remarkably successful. If you haven't tried online piano lessons yet, I encourage you to give them a chance. Many students have found them to be an effective and enjoyable way to continue their musical education.

Now, let's address some common questions and provide answers regarding online piano lessons.

Which age group is suitable for online piano lessons?

Online learning is not the most ideal for very young children, as they

may find it challenging to focus and may require a more hands-on, three-dimensional learning experience. Young children often benefit from in-person instruction. However, online piano lessons generally work well for children aged around 7 and above, as well as teenagers and adults.

At which levels do online piano lessons work best?

Online piano lessons are suitable for beginners, intermediate players, and advanced students. They cover a wide range of levels, including grade exams and some diplomas. However, for students at the conservatory level or pursuing highly advanced studies, in-person instruction may be more beneficial.

To set up for online piano lessons, you will need the following devices:

  1. Computer or Tablet: Ensure you have a functioning computer or tablet with a stable internet connection. This will serve as your primary device for attending the online lessons.

  2. Internet Connection: Check if your internet connection is reliable and fast enough to support video calls and streaming. Consider upgrading your internet speed or using a booster if necessary.

  3. Positioning: Set up your device on the side of your piano, ensuring that the keyboard, as well as your hands, arms, back, and head, are all visible within the frame. This allows the teacher to observe your technique and provide guidance effectively.

  4. Optional Enhancements: If you're interested in improving the quality of the online experience, you can explore additional equipment such as a microphone, loudspeakers, or even an interface for better audio and video transmission.


Now, let's discuss the qualifications and experience of Stephanie:

Stephanie, the piano teacher, holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in Music with a major in piano performance from Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU). She further pursued her studies and obtained a Professional Diploma in piano performance from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA). Stephanie also holds a Master of Music Studies in piano performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.


Throughout her musical journey, Stephanie has received several prestigious scholarships, including the Molly McAulay Memorial Scholarship for further studies in Australia and the International Merit Scholarship from the University of Sydney. She was also awarded the John & Dorothy Vimpani Pianoforte Scholarship by the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Stephanie has gained extensive performance experience as a soloist, having performed piano concertos with various orchestras in Hong Kong, Australia, and Japan. Additionally, she has a passion for Tango music and has collaborated with internationally renowned musicians from Argentina, Taiwan, and Japan.

In addition to her performance career, Stephanie has served as an adjudicator in music competitions, including the Hong Kong Students Open Music Competition and competitions held by the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong and international schools in Hong Kong.

Stephanie's teaching has yielded exceptional results, with her students frequently winning prizes in local and international piano competitions.


Many of her students have also achieved distinctions in piano exams and gained admission to prestigious music schools and conservatories with scholarships.

Online piano lessons have become a convenient and effective way to continue learning and honing your piano skills from home. With the necessary devices and a stable internet connection, you can benefit from personalized instruction and guidance from experienced teachers like Stephanie. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student, online piano lessons offer a valuable opportunity to further your musical education and develop a lifelong love for playing the piano.

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Stephanie Fung Sin Tung is an accomplished pianist, highly qualified piano teacher, and adjudicator, holding a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in Music, a Professional Diploma in piano performance, and a Master of Music Studies, recognized for her solo performances, collaborations with renowned musicians, and her students' achievements in competitions and exams.


  • Teaching piano in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sydney

  • Age of pupils: 3+

  • Levels of pupils: beginners, intermediate, advanced, grade exams, diplomas, degrees, professionals


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