Featured Blog Posts
Marketing your Music Studio Online
In the 21st century, it is imperative that you establish an online presence to grow your teaching studio. In this detailed article you will learn some of the best ways to create your online presence and market your business online.
Creating a Music Teaching Studio Handbook
If you haven’t created a a syllabus for your teaching studio, it’s about time you do. Here are some tips for creating a music teaching studio handbook.
How to Recruit Students for Private Music Lessons
Many of us are constantly trying to fill our studios with students. Well, you need to actively recruit them! In this article, we give you some ideas on how you can find new students.
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The PracticeSpot Guide to Promoting Your Teaching Studio
In this book, released in 2004, author Philip Johnston offers over 35 marketing/promotional ideas about how to get your name out there and filling your studio with new students.
The Musician's Way: A Guide to Practice, Performance and Wellness
In this book, released in 2009, author Gerald Klickstein offers practical advice and step by step action plans for the practicing and professional musician on how to practice, how to develop into a performing artist, how to overcome anxiety in performance and prevent physical and mental injury.
Music Teacher's Helper
A review of the online teaching studio management system.
Additional Helpful Articles
How to Become a Highly Effective Music Teacher
Teaching music can be one of the most rewarding professions. In this article there are nine valuable points that will help you make a difference in the lives of your students. Written by Regina Zona and published on hubpages.com.