Ten Tips for a Successful Group Chat Piano Recital

For many of us the thought of having a traditional recital have vanished as we spend more days on lockdown. The beautifully polished performances, the professional bowing, smiling, and playing with all the artistry their little and big hands and hearts can muster will have to wait. The pretty suits and dresses, cookies, photos, flowers, […]

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Come Meet Me at a Webinar! Replay Available!

🎹❗️❗️IMPORTANT UPDATE! The webinar scheduled for Tuesday, April 7 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 14 at 10 am central time. Please join us at this new date! I’m so excited to announce that piano pedagogy expert Elizabeth Gutierrez, composer and “teacher to the teachers”, will be interviewing me Tuesday, April 5 in her live […]

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Safety Notice for Music Teachers

Scroll Down for this Free Poster Today I am posting a safety notice for private lesson teachers to remind students to wash their hands before lessons. With COVID-19 in more communities now, this is very important for music teachers. This poster is made to post on your door or wall so students can see it […]

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Cute Recital Program

Scroll down for the free recital program! I love the size of this cute, free recital program you can personalize in Word. I like the way it saves paper and it is also perfect for a small studio. You can print it on regular paper or splurge and use #28, #32, or different weights of […]

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Stuck in the Method Book

Have you ever had students reach pre-middle school age and you realize they have not made a lot of progress in piano over the years? When students get to a certain age, usually about 4th or 5th grade, they become embarrassed that they are playing baby-sounding pieces. We would like to give them something harder, […]

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