Shelly Davis from the Piano Parent Podcast stops by Fun Key Music to tell us all about the exciting things she has going on at her podcast. This is a must for yourself and your piano parents.read more
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Do you have a performance coming up?
Have a student who needs to learn a song quickly?
Have a student who needs to “spot practice”?
Want a fun practice game that students can play both at lessons and at home?
Today’s post is for you!read more
Fun was had by all my little goblins at our Halloween group lessons. Find out what I mixed into my teacher cauldron to brew a successful group!read more
Transform your teaching space for the season! It can be more than just decorations…a change in the visual space of your studio can inspire creativity in your teaching and spark interest with your students!read more
After wrapping up the first week of fall lessons here at Fun Key Music, I am reflecting on the new things I tried. I’m sharing 10 things (some big, some small) that were a hit with students. I’m calling them my “Week One Winners”!read more
Well, you’ve done it! You’ve prepared your students, printed the programs, gave your welcome speech, and delighted in your students’ performances….maybe a little nail-biting or sweating occurred, too. So, now what?
After my recital performances, I do these three things.read more
You may be thinking that decorations are just one more thing to add to your already long list of to-do’s for your recital, but I think this will be worth the extra effort. Parents, grandparents, and guests are sure to notice the extra attention to detail.
Decorations can add to the atmosphere and theme of your recital. Best of all, in my opinion, decorations provide the perfect backdrop to some great photo opportunities. Decorations can be simple. They don’t have to cost an arm and a leg, and they can make a big impact. Let’s get started!read more
The pictures that you and your piano families take at recitals can be more than just a sentimental token and reminder of the memories you are creating….they can attract students to your studio. Be sure to take some good shots at your next performance!read more
There are so many ways to do introductions at a recital and I think I’ve tried them all, from having students introducing themselves, me introducing each student, parents introducing their children, or no introductions at all and simply following along in the recital program.
I have found a way that works for me and my studio and has caught the attention of other teachers as well. Read more on today’s post.read more