[Expert Roundup] Mistakes to Avoid When You Start Teaching Group Piano
by Tim Topham
We have discussed in length this month about how to teach group lessons and convert your studio to group piano lessons. But how about what not to do? Over the past few weeks I have asked some group piano teaching experts about some of the mistakes they made when they started teaching group piano. Hopefully, ... [Expert Roundup] Mistakes to Avoid When You Start Teaching Group Piano
Today, we welcome group piano teaching expert Marie Lee. Marie has years of experience teaching group lessons and has been such a wonderful resource for piano teachers around the world. We are so appreciative to have Marie here with us today to share us her top tips on converting to group piano teaching. At the ... 5 Tips to Help You Convert to Group Piano Lessons
Beyond the Piano: How to Teach Group Ensemble Classes
by Andrew Bishko, Musical U
Piano, with its polyphonic ability to be self-sufficient, tends to be taught as a solo instrument. Even in piano group classes, the typical set-up is a room full of soloists. But a roomful of pianos does not reflect the music your students typically hear and listen to. In all popular and folk styles, the piano ... Beyond the Piano: How to Teach Group Ensemble Classes
How to Adapt Your Teaching for Partner Piano Lessons
by Nicola Cantan
Partner Piano Lessons When I first posted an article about teaching partner piano lessons I was surprised at the huge reaction I got from teachers. They were excited. They were intrigued. But they also had tons of questions: What’s my setup like? How long are the lessons? Do I teach both students together, or alternate ... How to Adapt Your Teaching for Partner Piano Lessons
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