ProductivityReflectionsUncategorized

The Recital Is Over … Now What?

The Recital Is Over - Now What

Having a studio recital is a lot of work.  And, it’s completely worth it.  But, you may be thinking, “The recital is over … now what?” Maybe you are feeling burnt out or “burnt out adjacent” (the feeling of don’t-add-anything-more-because-I-am-JUST-barely-able-to-get-everything-done).  I was definitely feeling burnt out adjacent in the last few months.  And, our studio…

RecitalsUncategorized

Help! My Student Doesn’t Have Their Recital Song Mastered!

What do we do when a student has not mastered their recital song?

In the next few weeks, I will be getting everything ready for our spring recital.  And, I’m sure the same is for many of you.  However, the most important part is the students performing!  They are the stars of the show & having their recital song mastered is a must. Do you have a student…

Student ProgressStudent retentionStudio challengesUncategorized

How To Set Up a Note-Reading Challenge

Setting Up a Note-Reading Challenge

We want our students to love playing music!  And, we don’t want them to be stuck figuring out the basics for Every. Single. Sound.  It’s annoying.  It’s frustrating.  And, that goes for both student and teacher.  So, how can we help them move beyond the basics?

Music LabStudent ProgressUncategorized

Top 4 Note-Naming Apps Your Students Will LOVE!

Top 4 Note-Reading Apps Your Students Will LOVE

We are doing a 1-minute challenge in the studio and many of my students have decide the best way to improve their score from week to week is … practice!  Don’t you love when they decide that for themselves?  Needless to say, my piano parents needed some note-reading app suggestions quick.

ProductivityReflectionsStudent ProgressUncategorized

Settling Into a Routine … Again

settling into routine

This is a time of year that many of us have made New Year’s Resolutions and are struggling to keep up with them.   I know this because I have been that person in the past more times than I care to admit.
This week, I’ll be letting you know how my students and I are settling into a routine again, but with a mind on how we can reach our goals in the next few months!