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Practice Tips for Teachers, Students and Their Parents, Part 1

by Leila Viss Leila Viss generates creative-based, tech-savvy instruction and resources for her private studio, the University of Denver’s Piano Preparatory Program, LeilaViss.com, 88 Creative Keys events, music industry magazines, and frequent speaking engagements. This article was originally posted here at leilaviss.com on August 29, 2019, and is reposted with permission.   As piano teachers, […]

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Top 9 Online Music Education Tools

In general, learning music is very hands-on, but of course, technology can and should enhance the learning and teaching experience for teachers, students, and parents. With the right online music education tools, education has no limits! The tools that we’re going to mention are great for both teachers and students when it comes to assigning […]

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How to Teach Group Piano Lessons

If you’re a piano teacher, you might be feeling frustrated that you can’t accommodate as many students as you’d like. Perhaps you have a waiting list and phone calls from parents eager to get their children started on lessons but there are no time-slots available.  Maybe you’ve been teaching piano lessons one-on-one for a while […]

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10 Ways to Make Piano Lessons Fun for Kids

Engaging a child’s attention, concentration, and imagination for thirty minutes can be mighty challenging!  Even though they are excited by the piano and the idea of making music, their age makes it hard for most of them to stay focused. Before you start a lesson, check that the child is sitting at the right height […]

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How To Start a Music Lessons Business

Most people look at teaching music as a great way to earn extra money. However, most of them don’t pay attention to the details and, generally, don’t bother with things outside of lessons too much. There is nothing wrong with this but if you want to use all the potentials of this job, it would […]

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