About the author

Wendy Brentnall-Wood

Wendy has always been passionate about making music since she was a toddler singing under the kitchen table! Graduating with a B.Mus.Ed and A.Mus.A qualifications, Wendy’s Teaching experience expanded to classroom music in primary and secondary, preschool classes, instrumental lessons in schools on multiple instruments, studios, privately and online. Wendy’s business grew from home teaching to 30+ schools, 4 Retail Studios, 8 Franchises and 30+ teachers and includes her own teaching program utilising over 110 books, backing tracks, flashcards and other resources for 7 instruments.

5 Things I Wish I Was Told When I Started Teaching Piano

by Wendy Brentnall-Wood

So it’s finally happened. You’ve got your very first piano student and things are about to get real. It doesn’t matter whether that first student is a friend of the family, a relative or a total stranger, you will still most likely be feeling a little overwhelmed. You have so much knowledge to impart onto ... 5 Things I Wish I Was Told When I Started Teaching Piano

11/08/2017 Read more

8 Simple Steps to Create a Group Piano Composition

by Wendy Brentnall-Wood

Before we wrap up our piano composition month and head into September’s theme of group teaching, why not combine the two topics? We are so privileged to welcome guest writer Wendy Brentnall-Wood to show us exactly how you can organise a group piano composition.  Wendy is a music teacher and examiner, a published author and ... 8 Simple Steps to Create a Group Piano Composition

08/30/2017 Read more