Skip links

Online With Judy Fine – Piano Lessons

What comes to mind when you think, “piano teacher?”

  • An older woman with hair in a tight bun, glasses on the tip of her nose and a ruler in hand ready to bust your knuckles?
  • Someone who will suck the musical passion out of your existence by forcing you to do scales all lesson long?


You’re not alone with those thoughts, but you’re absolutely wrong!

These are not your traditional piano lessons!

What if you could find a teacher whose goal is:

To let you decide what success is and plan with her how to get there?

To help you make your piano a fun place to get away from the world?

To make your piano lessons a means to a creative outlet and not a way to ace a music theory final?

To figure out what approach to learning works for you?

To make piano lessons fun?

Well… You’ve found her!

Bundle and Save!


Single Lesson



Five Lessons
(Must be used within 7 weeks)



Twelve Lessons
(Must be used within 15 weeks)



Do I need musical experience to take lessons?
Nope! Most students begin lessons as complete newbies.
Do I have to have a piano to take lessons?
Yes. It doesn’t have to be fancy, though. Any keyboard will do, provided it has regular, piano-sized keys. You’re welcome to reach out if you’re not sure what keyboard to acquire.
What's needed to take online piano lessons?
Besides a keyboard or piano, you will need a reliable high-speed internet, and your camera/computer situated so that you can see me, and I can see your hands on the keyboard.
What’s a first piano lesson like?
If you’re completely new to piano lessons, the first lesson will be an introduction to the instrument, how the keys are organized, and getting accustomed to how to hold your hands as you play. If you have some prior knowledge and experience, the first lesson will be spent exploring what you know to determine where to begin.
How long does it take to learn a song?
Every student is different and has a different amount of time to commit to practice. If you’re able to practice consistently, a basic beginner song should be no problem to complete within the first 5-lesson package.
Not interested in playing classical music?
I let you choose what we work on (unless it’s beyond your current capabilities or you ask for a suggestion). Many students choose songs they came to love because they heard them while gaming.
Will music theory concepts be required?
When done right, theory is something you learn as a byproduct of learning to play songs. Not the other way around.
What’s different about your lessons?
Different people learn in different ways, which means teachers need to teach in different ways. That’s what I do, based on what engages you and keeps you moving forward. Yes, I want you to eventually understand why scales matter. But in the meantime, it’s more important to keep your passion for playing ignited.
Sign Me Up!