Maestro Match, is a digital learning hub where aspiring musicians can take lessons from music virtuosos coming from all over the world.
Regardless of age and musical interest, whether seeking to learn how to play a musical instrument or to learn the right singing techniques, learners can connect to the best of the best in the world of music. Here, they can communicate with a potential music teacher by way of a video streaming app.
Through Maestro Match, interested learners can choose from a broad list of professional musicians and connect with the one whom they believe matches their music style and genre. Once the connection is made, they can make arrangements by agreeing on a schedule, on the number of hours, and the related teaching fee; as well as the digital payment processor through which payments will be made.
Signing up with Maestro Match is free, although providers of the site will appreciate any amount as donation in helping them maintain the site. Notwithstanding that all arrangements made are between the learner and the teacher, there is a set of rules and policies to observe, especially those pertaining to cancellation of engagement.
Maestro Match a Brainchild Borne by the Coronavirus Crisis
Maestro Match is the brainchild of Steve Whipple, a well known bassist in the music industry, who aside from having his own band, has had engagements with the likes of Lady Gaga and Jazz Master Toshiko Akiyoshi. In seeing that the coronavirus lockdown gave people throughout the globe a lot of time off from work or from school, Steve came up with the idea of creating a digital hub that will give everyone the opportunity to take music lessons from music greats..
The concept turned into a reality when hundreds of expert musicians and talented performers, not only from Steve’s network, stepped up and offered to provide their services.