Free On-Demand Teaching Webinar:

After the Method Book:
How to Teach Intermediate Students with Direction and Confidence

Your student finished their method book series!

Awesome! What now?


When your student has outgrown the sequential method books, it’s time to shift into the frontier of intermediate piano music, build their technique and practice habits, preparing them not only for advanced music, but to be able to play for life.

​​​​​​​But without the reference of a trusted method series, it can feel pretty daunting to plan and introduce music and exercises for your students in a clear, sequential way.


What if your student ends up frustrated with music that is too difficult?

What if you’re missing some technical and practice techniques that could really be a game changer for their playing?

How do you build their confidence and skill set while keeping them interested and excited?

If you’ve felt these challenges with your students,
we’ve got you covered.


Join Tim Topham and Janna Williamson in our free webinar to learn how to teach intermediate students with direction and confidence.


In this Free Webinar, you’ll learn to:

👉 Boost motivation with your intermediate students
👉Know which books to use and when to use them
👉Choose fabulous repertoire to fit their level AND personality
👉Set and achieve goals at the intermediate level — and watch your students thrive!


Webinar Host

Tim Topham

Your webinar host and founder of TopMusicCo, the world’s biggest online community of independent music teachers. Tim has 20+ years’ classroom and music teaching experience including 10 years of music entrepreneurship. He’s an internationally-recognised speaker, author, podcaster and blogger and holds degrees including an MBA, BMus and DipEd.



Janna Williamson runs an independent piano studio in the suburbs of Chicago and coaches piano teachers around the world. She has been an MTNA Nationally Certified Teacher of Music since 2004 and holds bachelors and masters degrees in piano performance. Janna enjoys performing solo or collaboratively and can be heard throughout the Chicago area on a regular basis.