These beautiful recital kits are the perfect way to save yourself time & energy as you prepare for your studio recital, & give your event a polished, professional, and cohesive look! Each kit is editable in Google Slides™ and is so easy to use! The kits include invitations, programs, & certificates in multiple colors and … Read More about How to Create Professional Recital Programs – The Easy Way!
Sight-reading is an incredibly valuable skill for musicians. While some students naturally gravitate towards exploring new music and sight-reading fearlessly, others are more hesitant to begin developing this important skill. I created “The Great Sight-Reading Challenge” to give all of my students some sight-reading motivation and to challenge them to sight-read three pieces or sight-reading … Read More about Develop Strong Sight-Readers with “The Great Sight-Reading Challenge”
Whether you’re teaching a first piano lesson, a trial piano lesson with a prospective student, or a meet & greet, you’ll need a solid plan to teach the student and interview the student and parents effectively and efficiently. Here’s my own lesson plan for a first piano lesson with a brand new student who comes … Read More about 9 Essentials to Include in a First Piano Lesson
AnyTune Pro is an app that allows you to change the tempo and key of a song or piece, and you can even set practice loops to drill a specific section! My students and I are loving this app, and I wanted to share with you how we use it. Perfect for practicing, performing, playing … Read More about How to Use the AnyTune Pro App in Piano Lessons, PLUS Free Leadsheet
I love doing fun activities in piano lessons to reinforce the notes, rhythms, and other concepts students are learning, while being creative in a totally different way. Keep reading to learn about a fun composition activity I do with my youngest elementary piano students, and see how easy it can be for your youngest students … Read More about Easy Composition Activity for Beginning Piano Students