The New AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus – Frequently Asked Questions
by Tim Topham
AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus The AMEB – Australian Music Examinations Board – has released its brand new Series 18. For Australian piano teachers, this is very exciting! I have noticed a lot of questions coming in, especially if the new AMEB Series 18 Piano syllabus has anything to do with the Piano for Leisure ... The New AMEB Series 18 Piano Syllabus – Frequently Asked Questions
Sometimes our students might find sight-reading a boring and tedious activity. It doesn't have to be that way. Expert guest writer Roberta Wolff tells us how to get our students to 'lock into sight-reading'.
The Future of Piano Teaching: What Does it Really Look Like?
by Sean Wales
Piano pedagogy has changed, adapted and evolved in so many ways over the past decade. So what does the future of piano teaching look like? Let’s take a glimpse forward and see how we can best prepare for the future of music education. Please continue the discussion in the comments section below. TECHNOLOGY We will ... The Future of Piano Teaching: What Does it Really Look Like?
[Creative Piano Infographic] My Open Letter to Piano Parents
by Tim Topham
The Importance of Creativity in Piano Education Today, I would like to share with you a very special creative piano infographic that I have put together about a recent post I wrote. In April, I wrote an open letter to parents of piano students and the response has been incredibly positive. It was something I ... [Creative Piano Infographic] My Open Letter to Piano Parents
It is the million dollar question that all students will ask you at one point during their education: “How can I stop feeling nervous about performing?”. Performance anxiety is natural and students deal with exams and concerts in different ways. Some students embrace the pressure that comes with it, while others need a helping hand. ... How to Tackle Piano Performance Anxiety
This month, we’re going to focus on two sometimes controversial aspects of piano teaching: exams and recitals. This will include discussions around performing, competitions, festivals, performance anxiety and so forth. We’re going to discuss the best approaches for incorporating exams into your studio, when students should sit exams and how to discuss exams with pushy parents. When it ... Exploring Piano Exams and Recitals
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