Often, we have the misconception that playing the piano is only for kids, and this misconception makes you ask, “can I play the piano anymore?” The answer is yes; you can play or learn to play even when you are an adult. The only thing you need is commitment, which only requires some time out of your schedule so that you can learn and practice piano daily.

Now, you know that you are never too old to learn how to play the piano, but many of you still aren’t convinced learning to play the piano is easy. Let’s look at how you can learn to play piano even as an adult. All you need to do is follow these steps, and stop asking yourself “Can I play the piano anymore?”

#1: Choose A Genre You Like

The piano is a beautiful instrument if played right. Most music lovers, or even people who simply enjoy music will be attracted to play it. As an adult, you’re more likely to know the type of music that you like listening to. Check this. When you start learning how to play the piano as an adult, you’ll want to learn what sparks your interest – not only will it keep your attention, but you’ll learn how to play much more efficiently.

Additionally, by choosing a genre you like, you’ll be able to narrow down the type of teacher you enjoy learning from, someone who specializes in that genre, and ultimately make it easier for you to learn the piano.

#2: Find the Right Teacher

Now that you have narrowed down the genre of music you want to pursue playing, you’ll need to find the right piano teacher. A teacher can support and help motivate you through the classes, help you further your learning, and encourage you to pursue and enhance your musical skills through basic piano lessons.

#4: Choose Between an Acoustic Keyboard & Piano

At this point, some people may still be wondering, “can I play the piano anymore?” – well, of course you can. The next step is to choose whether you want to play the acoustic keyboard, or a traditional piano.

An acoustic keyboard is generally less expensive than a piano, and comes with some benefits like a headphone jack and enable backtracks, but it has some drawbacks to it as well. You won’t be able to learn the feeling of a real piano, and acoustic keyboards are generally loud, which might not be suitable for apartments.

A traditional piano, while generally more expensive, you can often rent, finance, or find a used one. You’ll be able to learn to play the piano with real keys, getting used to the pressure and fingering of the real deal, not to mention sound quality and the ability to play softer or louder depending on how hard you play.

#5: Be Patient with Yourself

You’ll need to understand each note before you can start playing. At the end of the day, you need to be patient with yourself especially when you are learning how to play the chords, or trying out the process. In any case, let go of the self-doubt, and stop thinking “can I play the piano anymore?” The answer is yes, so long as you put your mind to it. A positive mindset goes a long way in learning to play the piano easily and quickly.

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