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💰What is the average price of Accordion lessons?

The average price of Accordion  lessons is $31.

The price of your lessons depends on a number of factors

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  • The location of your lessons (at home, online, or an outside location)
  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

97% of teachers offer their first lesson for free.

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119 tutors are currently available to give Accordion lessons near you.

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How to learn accordion

To learn how to play the accordion, you first need to understand the accordion and all of its pieces. This musical instrument has three main components: a piano or button keyboard which is on the right; the bellows, which act like a bow; and the left side which has 120 buttons. The way that accordion produces sound by a movement of pushing and pressing its different pieces. To learn it you need to understand each piece and how they work as an ensemble.

Learning to play the accordion is no easy task, this is why we recommend you do it properly. This means, going to a class, finding an online course, or hiring a private tutor from Superprof. It is not hard to find an accordion tutor if you use our platform, where you can input your location and subject of interest.

Accordion for beginners

If you have never even held an accordion but you want to learn how to play it, then you should opt for taking a beginner lesson or telling your tutor that you are at a beginner level. As a beginner, the first step is to understand the mechanism of the instrument, as you can see, it has three parts. Once you learn about its mechanism you must learn how to hold the instrument. Each instrument is designed in a way that allows the musician to play it with ease. For instance, the piano has a stool, the guitar has a shape that allows people to rest it on their lap, and the accordion is not exception. Accordion players must place the accordion against their chest, which allows them to have full control over the instrument.

Accordion lessons in the United States

The accordion is an instrument that first appeared in Berlin in 1822 and it is believed that its basic form was invented by Christian Friedrich Ludwig Buschmann. However, most people relate the accordion to French culture. If you ask anyone what they picture when they think of an accordion, their answer is probably going to be the thought of an older man or woman playing beautiful folk music in the corner of a French café. Nonetheless, the accordion is a worldwide instrument, and people all across the globe know how to play it or want to learn. The United States is not an exception. If you live in America and you think that you probably won’t find accordion classes around you, think again. All you have to do is start searching!

Learning with a private tutor

Learning anything new with the help of a private tutor is incredibly beneficial because you get all the time of the lesson for yourself, you get to make your own schedule, and you get to go at your own speed. In a normal class, you are obligated to learn in a group, which sometimes means neglecting some of your own needs. For instance, let's say you’re in a class and one of your classmates has a question that you already know the answer to. The time the teacher spends explaining something you already know is time that you are wasting or that you could be using to understand or learn something you haven’t yet. When you have private lessons you get an opportunity to have all the time of the lesson for yourself. It is also important to remark that in any private lesson you get to advance at your own speed. In a course, you are almost obligated to advance at the speed of your classmates, and sometimes that means going faster or slower than your own speed, which ultimately is not beneficial or positive for your learning process. Another perk is that you get to make your own schedule. With a course or a class, you are subjected to the institution’s schedules, but with private lessons, you get to design your schedule with your tutor.

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