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How a Top-Level Pianist Returned to Teaching and Built Her Music Coaching Business Using TopMusicPro

by Tara Wright

TopMusicPro member Devi Mamak is a successful piano teacher who trains students of all ages. After decades of teaching, she moved her focus to a new artistic pursuit – dance. But when she later decided to return to her first love of teaching piano, she needed much-needed answers to kickstart her teaching music business. How ... How a Top-Level Pianist Returned to Teaching and Built Her Music Coaching Business Using TopMusicPro

08/13/2022 Read more

Why the Traditional Approach to Teaching Guitar is Bad for Your Students

by Michael Gumley

Music teaching is one of the oldest known professions in history. And although we have come a long way since the Middle Ages, unfortunately the method in which music is taught hasn’t changed all that much. Traditionally, musicians were hired by the nobility to perform pieces for entertainment and ceremonies of the court and church ... Why the Traditional Approach to Teaching Guitar is Bad for Your Students

08/04/2022 Read more

How to Find Music Students Fast For Your Studio

by Tara Wright

Learn how to quickly and effectively find new students fast

07/28/2022 Read more

7 Ways to Add Character to Your Piano Lessons

by Laura Gabrielson

Activities that will keep your piano students engaged... and won't cost you more time or money.

07/21/2022 Read more

TopMusic Acquires PracticeHabits.co

by Emily Laney

PracticeHabits.co joins TopMusic

07/16/2022 Read more

5 Things Every Piano Teacher Should Do in the Summer

by Tara Wright

Summers often go by way too quickly in my opinion.  If you are anything like me, you want to enjoy the sun, hang out with friends and family, and relax next to the pool. If you are a parent, you usually spend time running the kids to different activities (how are kids busier in the ... 5 Things Every Piano Teacher Should Do in the Summer

07/13/2022 Read more
 

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Piano Teacher Grows His Revenue 10x In Less Than 2 Years

by Tim Topham

Phavian Phipat is an experienced piano teacher who trains young beginners aged 10 and under. But when he decided to focus on growing his music teaching business, the task was more difficult than he expected. How This Piano Teacher Used TopMusicPro: Phavian used TopMusicPro’s tools and training to improve his students’ learning enjoyment and success, ... Piano Teacher Grows His Revenue 10x In Less Than 2 Years

06/22/2022 Read more

TopMusic Teaching Manifesto

by Tim Topham

If you’ve decided to become a music teacher, you’ve undoubtedly found your vocation. Our journeys to becoming piano teachers can vary.  Whether it was a friend’s child or your own, you may have been asked to teach your grandchild, or you may have been recognized in your neighborhood for being a performer on stage or ... TopMusic Teaching Manifesto

06/08/2022 Read more

5 Ways YouTube Can Motivate Guitar Students

by Andrei Kryssov

YouTube is an excellent resource for guitarists. YouTube has thousands of video lessons on guitar playing and music theory. Yet, how do you find these videos? What are the categories of videos that are helpful for students of the guitar? In this post, I’ll break down five broad categories of YouTube videos that will inspire ... 5 Ways YouTube Can Motivate Guitar Students

05/25/2022 Read more

5 Strategies for Overcoming Performance Anxiety

by Georgina Wilson

Your students will be more confident in their performances if you follow these five guidelines.

05/09/2022 Read more

TopMusicSheets: Sheet Music For Every Piano Teacher

by Tara Wright

Join over 1000 teachers who enjoy a new multi-level studio licensed sheet music collection every month.

05/02/2022 Read more

How to Record Online Lessons

by Diego Cardini

Online teaching can be overwhelming. We break down the equipment to get you started.

04/15/2022 Read more