TPT 03 – How to Start Your Piano Studio From Scratch… Again

Wouldn’t it be nice if moving across town or across the country simply meant packing your bags, choosing a cute new home and transferring offices?

For piano teachers it just isn’t so!  We have so many considerations when relocating that it can seem overwhelming.  Today’s podcast covers the ins and outs of being a “Piano Teacher on the move” as we interview the fabulous teacher and prolific blogger Joy Morin from

Joy’s advice will be of interest to all piano teachers – those who are faced with relocating soon, those who know that this could be in their future, those who lose sleep at night just at the mere thought of ever having to move their piano studio, and those who simply need more piano students (if this is you, check out our guide, Piano Hands Shouldn’t Flip Burgers)!

Enjoy The Show!

6 Responses to TPT 03 – How to Start Your Piano Studio From Scratch… Again

  1. says

    I’m so glad you posted this! I will listen to it on the treadmill tomorrow morning. My husband’s job might mean an upcoming international move and I have been staying up nights worrying about it!

  2. Erin says

    This was a great podcast – as a military spouse who has to move relatively frequently it hit home and gave me some good ideas to use for our next (19th!) move

  3. Carol says

    Thanks for the podcast. I’ve no current plans to move but it was lovely to be a part of your conversation this morning! Thanks for all you do to keep piano teachers feeling connected.

  4. Michele says

    In 29 years teaching I have moved studio 4 times. All very successfully! It seems that a great reputation has a way of proceeding you in having a great studio! I’ve only had to advertise minimally twice in 29 years. Belonging to awesome dynamic associations and actually participating in them is key. Then be yourself and have fun with your students and like me you’ll have a wait-list year after year…

  5. Rebekah says

    This was AWESOMELY PERFECT TIMING! My husband has been contemplating moving us, and I’ve been thinking about how to build my studio. And I follow Joy on Pinterest and love her stuff too! You guys are awesome!

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