This Piano Lesson Printable Will Leave You A-Mazed…

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Do you sometimes wonder why you even bother to write lesson notes for your piano students?  You can tell they haven't been read each week...  you can tell the binder hasn't even been opened.  And is it … Continue Reading →

How Bach Can Help You Dig Out of the Snow

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It's been a rough winter! Piano teachers have dealt with snow, ice rain, flooding and power outages. If you are one of the thousands of piano teachers looking at your list of cancelled lessons and … Continue Reading →

How To Give Your Audience The Giggles

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Spring recitals this year are going to leave friends and families rolling in the aisles. Why?   Because piano students everywhere will be performing hits from PianoBookClub’s first book of the month, H … Continue Reading →

The Magic of Teaching Piano Using Mirroring

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I spend quite a bit of time working with my piano kids on developing fluency in their playing. Why? Because there's benefits for everyone when this "clicks" for them: 1. As the teacher you are able … Continue Reading →

Your Burning Piano Teaching Questions Answered

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About three times a year we reach out to the Teach Piano Today community; asking our readers to submit their burning piano teaching questions for us to then answer in our blog posts.  We want to be … Continue Reading →

A Printable To Inject Some Fun Into Your Piano Lesson Notes

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If getting piano students to read your lesson notes is like pulling teeth, over the next month we’ll be sharing a few printables that might just make this challenge a whole lot easier! The Problem W … Continue Reading →

Your Music Library Will Never Look The Same Again

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Andrea and I are excited to announce the official launch of PianoBookClub.com! It’s been a wild and crazy February with a whole lot of creativity and a serious lack of sleep. But that’s how we rol … Continue Reading →

Want To Easily Include Composing In Every Lesson? Here’s How…

How often do you compose with your piano students? Every week? Every other week? Once a month?… (gasp!) once a year? If your response bends towards the latter, today I’m going to show you how to com … Continue Reading →