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 wondering how you are ever going to deal with the fallout, take heart. Just ask Bach for help!
Give Bach a Snow Shovel
Bach’s birthday is coming up at the end of March, making it the perfect time to have some fun with Music History, throw Bach a Birthday Party… and dig yourself out of those snow day make-ups!
Happy Birthday Bach is our Piano Party guide designed to give you 2 hours worth of music-history themed activities for a group of up to 10 multi-age students. We’ve planned party-themed games that teach your kiddos about this important composer, and give them the opportunity to participate in a Bach-themed masterclass. There’s a multitude of fun activities, a craft, a great plan for a snack… and some super cute party invitations you can use to wow your piano parents!
In just 1.5-2 hours you can wipe away your winter weather make-up list, create connections and a sense of community within your studio, give your piano kids a great learning opportunity and generate some word of mouth buzz. And the best part? You hardly have to do a thing yourself!
When it comes to winter weather make-ups there’s no simple way to start fresh for the spring without losing income to refunds or time to make-ups. And… if you’re lucky enough to live somewhere where snow is something only found in books… this piano party is an easy way to generate some extra income. So, gather your piano kids together, give a great sense of value to your parents and have some fun!
Happy Birthday Bach is $11.99 and can be found here. It includes all of the instructions and printables you need to throw a group piano party.