Keep ‘em Coming Back For More – 7 Ways To Boost Re-registration Rates

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If, like us, you follow the public school schedule and take a bit of a summer break, then you are no doubt coming up on re-registration season; when parents decide if piano lessons will once again … Continue Reading →

A Traveling Piano Teacher’s Guide to Hanging Up The Car Keys

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As many of you know, I started out as a "Piano Teacher On Wheels".  I held lessons in my students' homes every Saturday and drove back and forth all over the valley where I live. In rain, snow and … Continue Reading →

We Have An E-FISH-ent Piano Practice Incentive Just For You!

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We completed a studio-wide practice incentive in March at our studio and are excited to share it with you today!  This practice incentive focuses on helping your piano students to develop efficient … Continue Reading →

How To Get Bigger Bows, Louder Voices, and Speed Control At Your Next Piano Recital

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Let’s face it; piano recitals can be threatening. Very few six, seven, or eight year olds feel perfectly comfortable on stage in front of a crowd. So nobody’s surprised, that when their name is called … Continue Reading →

Is This Stopping You From Rapid Studio Growth?

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Has it ever crossed your mind to walk into a PetSmart and ask for a haircut? What about asking to purchase 1/4 of a shrimp at your local grocery store? If these sound absurd… then I know I’m writing f … Continue Reading →

Sly As A Fox – A Fun Piano Printable To Improve Bass Clef Note Reading

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Have you been sitting at your computer thinking… "Hmmm… Teach Piano Today hasn't given away a free game lately!"?  If so, then you'll be happy you opened your email today! Yes, we've been busy with th … Continue Reading →

Watch As My Dad Gives His First Performance On The First Day He Ever Struck A Piano Key

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Andrea and I get emails regularly from Teach Piano Today readers wondering when we find time to sleep and how we manage to keep up with everything we’ve got going on. Our answer is usually that we d … Continue Reading →

Shout This From The Kitchen and Help Your Child Practice Better

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In a perfect world everyone would have 30 minutes of undivided time to sit in a quiet room with their child to devote their full attention to helping him or her practice. Every parent would have basic … Continue Reading →