Classical Piano Course
For Complete Beginners

Let's learn how to play the piano online together



40+ lessons included

10+ Hours of Video

Course overview

Foundation Course for Beginners

Learn how to play the piano online with our classical piano beginner course. This course covers all the piano basics from how to sit in front of the piano, basic music theory for pianists, up to scales, arpeggios, chords, and some important but simple piano pieces by well-known composers such as Lully, Haydn, and Schubert. Perfect for complete beginners and those who have played the piano and want to review the basics.

This course contains 40+ lessons, each of which spans for about 10-15 minutes. Every lesson comes with clear instruction to help you learn piano techniques, musical theory and concepts, and short simple piano pieces for you to enjoy playing and apply what you have learned.

What you'll get

What is included in this course and what you will learn

Piano Basics

How to sit at the piano, correct posture and hand position. Everything you need to know about how to play the piano in a relaxed and efficient way.

Basic Music Theory for Pianists

Basic music theory for pianists: the essential music theory knowledge including how to read music, rhythms, key signature, scales and more.

Fundamental Piano Techniques

Learn the piano techniques through sheet music and exercises, including thumb crossing, wrist movements, five-finger patterns, and more. 

Support from Teachers

Not sure if you are doing it right? Reach out to our team of teachers through emails or chat bubble!

Sheet Music and Homework

Download the sheet music for all the exercises and piano works we cover in the lessons. Use homework assignments to review what you've learned.

HD Video Lessons

High quality video for every lesson so you can watch it any time you want, at the comfort of your home. 

What we cover

Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with video previews

Module 1:

Lesson 1: Posture and hand shape
Lesson 2: Basic note values and dynamics
Lesson 3: Musical Staff
Lesson 4: Tempo, articulations, and rests
Lesson 5: New note values, meter, and dynamics

Module 2:
More Fundamentals

Lesson 1: Key signature
Lesson 2: Articulations
Lesson 3: Finger strength and dexterity
Lesson 4: Harmonization
Lesson 5: Repertoire – Carefree Johnny and Pequeña Polka

Module 3:
Major 5 Finger Patterns On White Keys

Lesson 1: Major five finger patterns on white keys
Lesson 2: Major triads on white keys
Lesson 3: Transposition
Lesson 4: Harmonization and chord inversion
Lesson 5: Repertoire – A Funny Joke and Funny Incident

Module 4:
Major Five Finger Patterns on Black Keys

Lesson 1: Major five-finger patterns on black keys
Lesson 2: Review of all Major five-finger patterns
Lesson 3: New rhythm: 16th notes
Lesson 4: Techniques: thumb crossing
Lesson 5: Repertoire - A Kind Man and A Little Harpist

Module 5:
Minor Five Finger Patterns

Lesson 1: Minor five-finger patterns on white keys
Lesson 2: Repertoire and Harmonization
Lesson 3: Minor five-finger patterns and chords on black keys
Lesson 4: Harmonization, Transposition and Repertoire
Lesson 5: Repertoire – Chord quality and repertoire

Module 6:
Major Scales, Arpeggios, and Chord

Lesson 1: Tetra chords and major scales
Lesson 2: Major scales and arpeggios
Lesson 3: Triads of the white key and chord progressions
Lesson 4: Black key major scales and arpeggios
Lesson 5: Triads of the black key

Module 7:
Chord Progressions

Lesson 1: IV chord and chord progressions
Lesson 2: Accompaniment styles
Lesson 3: Ecossaise by Franz Schubert
Lesson 4: Primary chords in minor keys
Lesson 5: Damper pedal

Module 8:
Minor Scales, Arpeggios, and Chords

Lesson 1: Minor scales and arppegios
Lesson 2: Gypsy Dance by Joseph Haydn
Lesson 3: Minor key triads
Lesson 4: Prelude No. 1 by Catherine Rollin
Lesson 5: Menuet in D Minior by Jean-Baptiste Lully


About Michelle

Michelle is an active professional pianists, who has also been teaching piano at all levels for more than 15 years.  Michele graduated from Florida State University with a Doctor of Music degree in Piano Performance, which qualifies her as both a top level performing pianist as well as a well-trained piano educator. 

Monthly membership

Access to all the lessons. First 30 days for free.

Q & A

We are here to answer all the questions. Use chat bubble if you don't see yours.

Liberty Park Music (LPM) is an online music school. We teach music through videos and supporting materials like homework assignments and backing tracks. Currently, we offer lessons on piano, guitar, drums, and music theory. We will introduce more instruments, subjects, and services in the future to give you even more choices.

All you need is a computer or a mobile device that allows web browsing. With a reasonably stable and fast internet connection, your viewing experience is optimized on your desktops, laptops, or tablets.

We are constantly producing and publishing new lessons, about one new module each month, for every instrument and subject.  So you always have new materials to work on. 

Your membership, regardless of of your plan, should give you access to the entire library of lessons. That means ALL lessons are available to you, across instruments, styles, levels, and subjects. For example, you can take piano and theory lessons at the same time, or if you have a good musical appetite, take our piano and drum kit lessons at the same time! It's your choice.

Yes. Learning music online may seem novel to you, but if we can learn a language and other skills online, why not music? Online music lessons allow you to learn on your schedule, in the comfort of any locale of your choice, and at your own pace. You can pause when you need a moment to digest the lesson or rewind to view a particular section again. 

We accept credit card payments or PayPal, powered by Stripe and PayPal for your security. We also don't save any of your credit card information in our database. 

You can upgrade or downgrade your plan at anytime. You can also cancel anytime. You can do all this on your Dashboard, or contact us at membership@libertyparkmusic.com.

It's very easy.  We will need you to select a membership level (Balcony or Center Stage) and provide your credit card information or use PayPal.  We will NOT charge you anything for the first 30 days.  After that, you will be billed monthly.

We are happy to answer any questions you have. Please chat with us or email us at support@libertyparkmusic.com, or chat us up/leave a message using the chat bubble on the screen.