How Much Should I Charge for Piano Lessons?

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Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask when they start a piano studio. And one of those questions comes from the new piano teachers a lot. How much should I charge? But before we try to answer the question of price, let’s see how much your […]

Bring Fun to the Studio with Unicorn’s Interval Worksheets

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Themed worksheets are the best way to add some excitement to your everyday studio practicing. Recently I have noticed that not just 5 y.o. but also 9 y.o. give me a big smile when I pull out a binder of Unicorn’s Worksheet. Therefore I have created a series of Unicorn’s Interval Worksheets for the older […]

To Commute or Not to Commute, That is The Question?

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Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask when they start a piano studio. And one of them is about commuting to a student’s house. In this article let’s see when you would consider traveling to your student’s house to be a viable option and why. Do […]

Progressive Strategies to Practice Piano Scales

Playing scales is the most common way to develop finger dexterity, hands independents and coordination. There is no doubt that scale practice often becomes a chore for many students. The boredom of going up and down together with thoughtless playing diminishes the value of such an important technique and it turns into rooting unhealthy habits. […]

Do I Need a License to Teach the Piano?

Do I need license to teach the piano?

Hello and welcome to a series of blog posts exploring the questions piano teachers often ask. One of them is about licenses. Consider this blog post a self-starter guide into the topic of licensing. License vs Certificate Occupational licenses are sometimes confused with professional certificates. It may be because some organizations do refer to the […]