Piano lessons in Yorba Linda are no longer limited to having the lessons in a piano studio. With the ongoing pandemic, all piano lessons of Doris Chiang are now held online. This isn’t new, though. Even before the pandemic started, some piano lessons are conducted online. It makes it easier for those who can’t travel to learn the piano at their own pace and time. But how about practicing while traveling?
Piano Lessons in Yorba Linda by Doris Chiang
Doris Chiang is a renowned active soloist and chamber pianist. Her piano lessons offer instruction in a creative environment. In that way, her students develop into musicians, and not just a pianist. Her lessons are available for all ages. To improve your piano skills while attending her piano lessons, Doris recommends practicing regularly. Unfortunately, if you’re the type of person who travels frequently, you might wonder how are you going to practice regularly?
It’s actually not that difficult. Here are some tips you might want to consider.
Listen to the Piano Piece Your Studying
While you’re on a plane, a bus, or a train, try listening to the piano piece you want to master. Just make sure you have your headphones with you.
Visualize Yourself Playing It
Seeing yourself playing the piece is a powerful way to practice. Keep in mind that athletes are doing it. They just close their eyes, meditate and see themselves performing their sport. You can follow it while playing the piano. But you need to concentrate. It’s actually a skill that you need to cultivate. Visualization is a powerful tool to help you improve your piano skills.
Invest in a Portable Keyboard
Indeed, visualization is helpful. But you also need to consider practicing with an actual piano. The good thing is that there are portable keyboards on the market that you can use to let you practice while traveling. Most portable keyboards require a connection to a computer. Once connected, you can play the piano anywhere. The price for these keyboards? They are surprisingly affordable. Some of them are even available at less than $80.
Check in to Hotels with Pianos
Some hotels have a piano that you can use. Ask if you can use it for at least 30 minutes. Chances are, no one is going to bother you while you practice. However, if you do so, you should be at ease playing the piano with an audience. Keep in mind that you’re in a hotel. However, if you wish to get into serious practice, you may find a hotel that will let you practice in an empty event room.
Attend the Lessons
Even when you’re traveling, you can still attend the piano lessons in Yorba Linda. You just need to set up your hotel room for the piano lesson. Doris Chiang won’t mind teaching you while you’re in a hotel room or somewhere away from Los Angeles. Call Doris Chiang if you need any help by dialing (562) 537-7548.