Having a lending library in your piano studio is a great way to expand the resources available to your students. Whether you’re just starting a library or extending your existing one, there are a few things you can do to make it go more smoothly.
Have you ever had a piano parent complain that you’re playing too many games in lessons? Maybe they’ve asked you to take out all the games and just spend the whole lesson time on the bench? Party poopers!
When a new transfer piano student arrives in your studio, we have to assess their skills and gaps quickly. Here are 7 great tools to help.
In this masterclass, Nicola Cantan and Samantha Coates will discuss their favourite analogies for educating parents about music practice. You'll bake a metaphorical practice pie with Nicola, ride a fictional practice bike with Samantha, and by the end you'll feel much more confident discussing practice with parents in your studio.
If you have a transfer student with an entirely wrong method book match, let me help smooth out the switch to more suitable piano methods.
Piano transfer students get a bad rap, but they can actually be wonderful. Let me help you make them a favourite in your studio, too.
If you want to teach technique to your students in a deliberate, systematic way, here are 8 of the best piano technique books to try.