For most piano studios, recital season is underway. Teachers are stressing over preparations and students are stressing with performance anxiety.
Piano recitals are a beautiful thing… but the weeks leading up to them can be a bit tense. It is important during this time that piano teachers make sure that their students have not lost sight of what piano lessons are all about!
There is a tendency for all of us to lose focus during the lessons leading up to a recital. Everyone is so concerned about recital readiness, that the usual enjoyment of music making takes a back seat. And this is the worst thing that can happen! Recitals usually make the end of a year, and it is important that kids finish up with fun.
Regardless of how rushed you may be at this time of year, if your students are maxing-out their musical stress levels, step back and have a little fun with the resources we’re talking about in today’s post.
Take The Stress Out Of Piano Recital Season
If you and your piano students are feeling a little stressed, a simple, five minute break may be all that is needed to get everyone back on track. And a great way to fill a five minute break with fun is to have an enjoyable game-based learning experience using a game from PianoGameClub.
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