What Happens If My Music Teacher Can No Longer Teach Me? This article is for students who are experiencing a teacher change. It gives you points to consider, as well as a fresh outlook on a situation that you may be approaching reluctantly due to the bond established between your private music teacher your
OK, Alex Losee isn’t a Vampire but from what I hear, she’s just as cool as one. Alex is a Music School teacher at Dream Lake Elementary in Apopka, FL. I was gathered with friends and family recently when I heard some magic words… “My kids’ music teacher is the coolest!” Being a private piano
Teaching Piano to “Wiggly-Pants” William We all have at least one student who can’t seem to sit still, listen, or focus on one thing at a time. We have to keep telling them what to do. You ask them to play their five finger C scale and they start talking about the Nick Jr. show
With Guitar lessons, and all lessons in general sometimes a teachers perspective is different then a students. As teachers, we want the best for our students. Sometimes that means taking our lesson time to work on scales, chords, and theory which leaves us less time to learn songs.
As we parents get ready for back to school, many of who’s children took off a little music lesson time this summer are also thinking “what about these lessons”. Breath deep though, your private music teachers have you covered. Here are three things to know your music teachers are on top of. No Need
Yes, anyone can be taught to play in time. Patience and creativity can go along way in helping a student with this sometimes difficult task. A great teacher understands that every student is different and will do whatever it takes to help a student learn. Clap, sing, draw, dance, and eventually, your natural rhythm will shine!
After a few years, my first instructor told me he couldn’t really teach me anymore, that I had learned and practiced everything he had to offer me.
Music Teachers, open you mouth instead of emailing about music lessons. You’ll be glad you did and at the same time earn the respect of your parents and students!
It is best, as a teacher, to have some piece in your back pocket that you can play flawlessly at any time. This obviously mean practicing it so it’s always in-shape. It’s totally fine for a teacher to not be a professional performing musician, but the teacher should be able to play some selections really well.
Of Course we’re not suggesting to make yourself nervous, but when you are preparing your recital music, you need to be ready for anything, including feeling nervous. This article points out many of the non-obvious things to get ready for as your recital approaches.