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Improvisation in Music – How Improv Can Help Your Perfectionist Music Students improvisation in music

A common struggle for students is being too critical of themselves. This fun improv exercise is a great way to boost their confidence!

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Ed Pearlman Dec 3, 2015 Inspiration
Build a Music Studio – 4 Ways to Build A Wildly Successful Music Studio Build a Music Studio

Four things you can start doing to grow your studio’s profitability and quickly.

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Amanda Becker Dec 3, 2015 Inspiration
Niche Marketing for Music Teachers Marketing for Music Teachers

Find underserved niches and develop unique approaches to teaching them, and watch your music studio thrive.

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Doug Hanvey Dec 3, 2015 Studio Management
Duet Review – 11 Reasons Why Duet Pays for Itself

If Duet (former Music Teacher’s Helper) allows you to gain or retain just ONE student, the way I figure it, you will earn double the cost of the service.   In addition, if Duet helps you avoid losing money through better payments and accounting, you might actually be saving the equivalent of Duet‘s cost each month you use it. But let’s take a look at the details.  Read on for 10 reasons why I think Duet pays for itself.

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Ed Pearlman Mar 16, 2014 Studio Management
National Piano Guild Auditions – Part I

So what is it about the National Piano Guild Auditions that I like so much? If you are one who does not believe in any type of assessments whatsoever, I hope to convince you that this one is worth doing. Here are some unique qualities about the Guild Auditions that may be different from other types of assessments out there.

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Yiyi Ku Aug 13, 2013 Methods and Exams