22. How much should I practice after joining?

It all depends on you and on your specific goals! :) By watching my tutorials you will learn many professional secrets that will help you to practice correctly and efficiently, in a mindful, safe (tensionless!) manner – but it will be up to you how many hours per day/week you dedicate to piano playing. You will also learn that the quality and consistency of your practice are much more important than its quantity (1 hour of correct practice is much more efficient than 5 hours of harmful mechanical practice!). By using this knowledge, you will be able to organize a practice schedule that is enjoyable and efficient for you.

A couple of examples: if you’re a beginner – you’ll be able to play easy pieces within a couple of days of practice! :) For beginners, I recommend at least 45 minutes of correct practice per day, 4-7 days a week.

Intermediate and advanced students can start with 1 hour per day and gradually reach 3-7 hours per day, 4-7 days a week! But in the end (as I mentioned above), everything is up to you – you can practice for as long as you wish (as long as your practice is mindful, correct and consistent) and then adjust your practice time depending on how fast you want to progress.

I will also remind you that once you join, you will have unlimited access to our ENTIRE database: You can watch/read as many tutorials as you wish per month/year – and you can also go back to older tutorials as often as you choose.

People also ask me: How long should I practice to become a good pianist?

Again, it all depends on your goals. If you want to become a professional pianist – then you need to practice regularly (with a good teacher) for at least 15 years :). For example, I studied 19 years to get all my teaching and performing degrees (12 year of Professional Musical Lyceum, 5 years of Conservatoire and 2 years of Masters). During this time, my average practice time was 3-5 hours per day, 6-7 days a week.

If, on the other hand, you want to learn piano for yourself (to be able to play beautiful pieces that you love, of a reasonable difficulty level), you’ll be able to do so in about 2-3 years (again, if you practice regularly and you have access to correct information).