Zoom video conferencing

Long Distance learning

No matter where you live, your experience level as a player or your expectations as a student, a private lesson can be arranged for you via the Internet using Zoom, the free video conferencing service.  Study the mountain dulcimer with me at your convenience and in the privacy of your own home while saving money on the cost of transportation to and from lessons. 

Don't want to commit to a regularly scheduled lesson but instead just need help with a particular technique or upcoming performance?  You are welcome to schedule lessons one at a time and structure them to your specific needs/interests. 

$40 per hour / $25 per half hour - Payable through PayPal.  *Please note that you do not have to be a member of PayPal in order for them to process your VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover card.

Click HERE to schedule a 30 minute lesson.

Click HERE to schedule a one hour lesson.

Don’t want to use PayPal?   I can process your credit card information over the phone and charge your card accordingly. 

FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS

  • Be sure that you have a high speed Internet connection.
  • Turn off unused devices that might be sharing your signal.
  • If other family members are sharing your bandwidth, ask them to refrain from using their devices during the lesson time. 
  • An Ethernet connection is usually much better than a wireless signal. 
  • Purchase a web cam, if you don't already have one, so that I will be able to see and hear you during the lesson time.  
  • An external webcam works better than a stationary one on a laptop or iPad, as you can direct and adjust it while still viewing your screen.
  • Contact me with a short assessment of your skills/expectations and some suggested lesson times that would be convenient for you. 
  • After payment has been received (click above), your lesson time will be confirmed via e-mail and a link included that will take you to the lesson at the appointed time. 

Aren’t sure if this method of learning is right for you? Ask me about a free preview lesson.