For Students: How to Find a Music Teacher for Private Lessons

So you want to find a music teacher for private lessons? That’s great! Whether it’s because you have aspirations to become a professional musician, or you are wanting to hone your skills to perform in a community music organization or you are just are doing it for enjoyment, taking private … Continue reading

For Teachers: Writing a Music Teaching Philosophy Statement

If you have ever applied for a university teaching job, you may have had to write a music teaching philosophy statement. When you are writing a statement for a specific position, you want to take into account the institution you are applying for and try to tailor your philosophy to … Continue reading

REVIEW: The Musician’s Way: A Guide to Practice, Performance and Wellness (Gerald Klickstein)

Full Title: The Musician’s Way: A Guide to Practice, Performance and Wellness Author: Gerald Klickstein Released: 2009 Summary: This is a comprehensive guide for all practicing and professional musicians. In this complete treatise, the author gives detailed instruction on not only how to develop into a technically facile musician but … Continue reading

REVIEW: The PracticeSpot Guide to Promoting Your Teaching Studio (Philip Johnston)

Full Title: The PracticeSpot Guide to Promoting Your Teaching Studio: How to make your phone ring, fill your schedule and build a waiting list you can’t jump over Author: Philip Johnston Released: 2004 Summary: This is a comprehensive marketing guide for the private music teacher looking to grow their studio. … Continue reading