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Why Learning Music Theory is Important for Pianists

This post is brought to you by an official Lessons In Your Home Teacher! Music Theory is essential to becoming a better piano player. Knowledge of music theory helps the most beginner to advanced pupils. We will survey the necessity of learning music theory starting from the beginning to advanced pupils. For piano lessons across

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How To Help Your Student Stay Musically Motivated

This post is brought to you by an official Lessons In Your Home Teacher! The flame of inspiration ignites the heart of every musician. It can be a blazing composition of ideas, motivation, progress, and creativity. As the lights of this blaze flicker, it may feel fleeting. Was this spark a passing thought or idea?

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The Building Blocks for Fast Fingers on the Piano

This post is brought to you by one of our Piano Teachers! Did you ever want to play the piano with vigorous speed? Perhaps you heard “Flight of the Bumblebee” for the first time and were in awe. Have you reached a stumbling block? How can a pianist learn to achieve velocity? This topic is

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6 Reasons To Stick With Piano Lesson

As a music teacher, I hear the phrase “I wish I did not quit (instrument) after middle/school/high school/etc.” countless times. Even if you are involved in a community music ensemble, your church band, a folk band, or anything in between, I could not recommend keeping music in your life more! Not only do a lot

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Should My Child Play the Piano?

In a community rich with cultural opportunities, it’s common for parents to explore the array of arts experiences available for their children. Whether motivated by an unforgettable piano concert, a magical evening at the ballet, or the joy of a classical music performance during the holiday season, music frequently serves as the gateway to the

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How To Get A Music Scholarship

One of the most daunting things as a musician is auditioning for a music scholarship at the college or university you really want to attend. As if working on the applications themselves weren’t enough work… The purpose of this article is to guide you through some things to keep in mind in order to give

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Empowering Young Musicians: The Impact of Listening

You might remember that cartoon for infants from a few years ago called Little Einsteins. If not, this was a show meant for very young children that taught them about nature, the arts, and other lessons in a child friendly way. Or what about mothers playing classical music for their unborn children? Chances are you’ve

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How Much Should You Charge Students for Piano Lessons?

Deciding on the right pricing for piano lessons is a critical step for any music teacher, balancing between valuing your expertise and attracting students. This delicate balance impacts not only your income but also how prospective students perceive the quality of your teaching. Let’s delve into the factors that should guide your pricing strategy, find

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10 Essential Tips for Beginner Violinists

Embarking on the journey to learn the violin is an adventure filled with nuances, challenges, and the joy of musical exploration. As a beginner, embarking on this musical journey might feel like navigating uncharted waters, with excitement and challenges in equal measure. Fear not, for this guide is designed to steer you through these initial

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10 Essential Tips for Beginner Violinists