That is an excellent question, and I understand why you are asking it.
It ‘s okay to be concerned, especially when learning how to play the piano as an adult beginner.
Along with all the false myths and beliefs, adults are prone to self-doubt and unrealistic fears.
The truth is that you will definitely be able to play the piano.
You will definitely be able to make all your dreams come true.
But it will require a willingness to study and practice consistently on a daily basis.
We always recommend beginners to practice at least 15 minutes a day for six days a week. Success comes when you do something consistently day after day.
Learning to play the piano is not always an easy task as an adult, but it is certainly doable.
Please do not get me wrong, it can be enjoyable, but it requires dedication and a willingness to work.
There is no quick method of learning to play the piano.
A lot of online courses on the Internet promises success after only a few days of study, both you and I know that when it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
So you do not need to be concerned about whether you can learn how to play the piano.
The truth is you can.
A better question would be: “Am I willing to put in the work required to learn how to play the piano?”.
At the London Piano Institute, we do everything in our power to make learning as fun as possible.
We organise events; we host concerts; we organise student get-togethers.
We try our best to help you get past the initial stages of learning.
We also realise that it is not always easy to learn how to play the piano as an adult beginner when you also have a full-time career to look after.
The good news is we have lots of success stories from adults who despite having a seriously busy work life, became highly proficient in their piano playing and continue to set new records.
So please do not be concerned, simply get started with high-quality piano education and practise diligently.
If you do that, you will become successful in your piano playing!