It’s that time of year again! Spring and end-of-year piano recitals are on the horizon for piano teachers around the world. But it doesn’t have to be your most stressful time of year!
At Teach Piano Today it’s our mission to make your life as a piano teacher easier. So, grab a cup of tea and leave the recital worries behind you. We’ve got you covered.
We’ve rounded up our most popular recital-themed posts below to inspire, re-energize and de-stress you! Not only that, we have recital program templates you can download for free and a huge IdeaSwap page full of recital ideas if you’re stuck for some unique and inventive recital ideas!
6 Must-Read Piano Recital Posts
1. The Number Booster
If you’re starting your piano studio’s re-registration and you want to know how use your spring recital to retain piano students, click here.
2. The Stress Reliever
If you’re beyond stressed out and you’re curled up in a fetal position under your piano bench, then uncurl… and click here.
3. The Temperamental Teen Whisperer
If you’re concerned that your teenage piano students won’t want to participate in your recital, click here.
4. A Last Minute Tune-Up
If your recital is just around the corner and your piano students need some serious last-minute piano recital preparation, check this out.
5. The Gentle Reminder
If you need a reminder of why we even put ourselves through this in the first place, click here.
6. Epic Recital Disasters
If you haven’t already lost enough sleep worrying about what could possibly go wrong, click here for a hilarious (and unfortunately true!) list of piano recital disasters our TeachPianoToday readers have faced!