Learn to play piano immediately
Simply Music Online is a remarkable, Australian-developed playing-based piano program that offers a breakthrough in music education. Our method uses an array of unique concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard, and produces immediate results. It’s perfect for students who aren’t able to learn with an educator, or for those who prefer to learn on their own.
Our streaming piano program is divided into two sections – Level 1 and Level 2, with each level consisting of 30 lessons. After completing both levels you’ll have a repertoire of over 20 ballads, gospel, classical, accompaniment and blues pieces. And we promise to have you playing great-sounding music – immediately – from your very first lessons. For a one-time fee of $97 USD you’ll have immediate and permanent online access to the entire program (2 levels).
Start Playing Piano Immediately
Watching the videos and practicing at your keyboard or piano, for 15 to 30 minutes a day, 4 or 5 days each week, will have you playing songs immediately. However, if you’d prefer to move at a slower pace, no worries, you have permanent online access and can view the lessons whenever you please – learn at your own speed.
If our piano lessons don’t deliver on our promise, we’ll give you back your money. There’s no risk for you whatsoever – it’s a win-win proposition.
A world where everyone plays
Many people believe that learning music requires a special talent. If you think you’re not musical, quite simply, you’re mistaken! The truth is that everyone,without exception, is musical!
Walking, talking and pretty much everything else we do is full of natural musical qualities. We take that natural ability, combined with our uniquely easy piano lessons, and show you how to instantly play great-sounding songs.
Contrary to the belief that it takes a long time to learn to play, with Simply Music, if you start this week, you’ll be playing real songs by next week!
Our unique ‘playing-based’ method is amazingly effective, simple, easy and fast. It’s the real deal, without gimmicks or short-cuts. Our online piano lessons teach you to play by getting you to play actual songs, with both hands, from your very first lessons. No drills, no scales, just real music.
For generations people have thought that you have to start learning music when you’re young. Learning to play piano in a way that sounds great and feels great, isn’t hard to do – if you’re taught the right way. Whether you’re 5, 15, 55 or 95, it doesn’t matter, our piano lessons are designed for all ages: kids, teens, adults and elders. If you’re willing and able to learn, we’ll have you playing from your very first piano lessons!
If you’ve tried piano before, given it your best and still failed, it’s not because of you. PERIOD!
Very few of us want to be concert pianists. Most of us would just love to sit down at the piano, relax, entertain our friends and have fun. Our promise is that our beginner piano lessons will teach you in a way that gets you playing, immediately!
If you would like to know more about the Simply Music method and have not yet seen the demonstrations videos that are part of this website, we recommend you visit the following page to learn more.Learn More
Breakthroughs in Creativity for Humanity
Simply Music offers remarkable, Australian-developed playing-based piano and keyboard programs that create breakthroughs in music education. This unique method has children, teens, adults and elders playing great sounding contemporary, classical, accompaniment and blues piano pieces – from their very first lessons. Even as a beginner Simply Music students are immersed in playing beautiful arrangements, compositions and improvisations.How it Works
From his earliest years Neil Moore, the Founder of Simply Music and creator of the Simply Music Piano program, heard music and pictured it in his mind in terms of shapes and patterns. This relationship to music became the basis of his entire approach to learning and playing piano. As an adult and a coach to traditional piano teachers he had an opportunity to teach a young blind boy to play. Using his unique approach to music Neil taught the boy through shapes and patterns, and subsequently discovered that his ‘playing-based’ approach could transform how quickly all piano students, of all ages, could learn to play. Thus began the foundation of what has become the world’s largest playing-based music education institution.Watch the Video