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The Inner Circle Has a Fresh New Look

by Tim Topham

What could you accomplish in the Inner Circle?

05/27/2019 Read more

How Creative Piano Teaching Ideas Can Transform and Motivate Teachers

by Anna Goldthorpe

Expand your studio with a creative approach.

10/08/2018 Read more

Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Wendy Brentnall-Wood

by Sean Wales

Inner Circle “Member Spotlights” give you a sneak-peek at the progress of one of our community members. Get inspired by what they’ve achieved, be heartened by their struggles and get motivated and share in their plans for the future. What does your studio look like? My music school currently consists of approximately 20 teachers who teach my program from their own ... Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Wendy Brentnall-Wood

12/04/2017 Read more

Why Finding a Piano Teaching Mentor Is So Important

by Lynda Irvine

As a new piano teacher, it makes all the difference if you find a reliable piano teaching mentor.  Today, we welcome Inner Circle member and experienced Australian teacher Lynda Irvine. She will give us an insight into the value of mentors, where you can find them and why the online world is such a good place to ... Why Finding a Piano Teaching Mentor Is So Important

11/22/2017 Read more

How to be a New Piano Teacher with Old Teacher Wisdom

by Andrew Bishko, Musical U

So you’ve decided to teach piano. Welcome to your new career! What could be more rewarding than guiding aspiring musicians young and old to experience the same satisfaction that we ourselves find in musical expression? As an “old” teacher (27 years in the business and counting), I sometimes look back at my early experiences and ... How to be a New Piano Teacher with Old Teacher Wisdom

11/13/2017 Read more

Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Lynda Irvine

by Sean Wales

Inner Circle “Member Spotlights” give you a sneak-peek at the progress of one of our community members. Get inspired by what they’ve achieved, be heartened by their struggles and get motivated and share in their plans for the future. What does your studio look like? I have two studios, one purpose built beside my house in Mossman. My youngest and oldest ... Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Lynda Irvine

07/31/2017 Read more
 

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TTTV034: Building a piano community that students love with Laura Kahar

by Tim Topham

Piano can be a lonely activity. The opportunities for ensemble and group playing tend to be less common than with other instruments, and it can leave students feeling…all alone. This is why building a sense of community within the piano studio is so important. Piano can be fun and social too! That’s where the piano community comes ... TTTV034: Building a piano community that students love with Laura Kahar

03/12/2016 Read more