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Balancing Music & School: How to Create a Practice Schedule That Works

Raising well-rounded children often involves a delicate dance between their academic responsibilities and their passions, like music. At Lessons in Your Home, we understand this intricate balance and are eager to share insights on how to seamlessly balance music and school into your child’s life. 1. Understanding Your Schedule: Identifying Time Blocks Effectively balancing music

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Balancing Music & School

Making the Right Choice in Your Musical Journey – Classical or Modern?

Music, in its endless diversity, offers a world of possibilities. At its core, music is a journey of self-expression and discovery, and choosing the right genre can significantly shape this journey. The debate between classical and modern music is a fascinating one, each genre offering unique experiences and benefits. As we delve into “classic vs

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Making the Right Choice in Your Musical Journey

How To Find Piano Students As A Piano Teacher

Finding the right piano students can be a challenge, especially when starting out. You may find yourself adjusting your fees or revamping your teaching methods to match other piano teachers in the area. But to really stand out, you need visibility, credible references, and a dash of marketing. Whether you’re an expert playing Chopin and

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How To Find Piano Students As A Piano Teacher

How Many Singing Lessons Do I Need?

Many individuals begin on the journey of vocal training for a multitude of reasons, be it a passion for music, professional aspirations, or merely the joy of singing. One of the most common questions budding vocalists ask is: “How many singing lessons will it take for me to see improvement?” The answer varies for everyone,

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How Many Singing Lessons Do I Need?

3 Warm-Up Techniques Every Guitarist Needs to Know 

This blog is provided by a Lessons In Your Home Teacher One of the hardest things for any guitarist, regardless of experience level, is settling into a consistent practice routine. Now, consistency does not mean finding one practice routine and never changing it. Change and consistency can go hand and hand during your practices. As

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3 Warm-Up Techniques Every Guitarist Needs to Know

How to Help Struggling Students Succeed at Playing Piano

This post is provided by a Lessons In Your Home Music Teacher Playing a musical instrument, like piano, has proven to be beneficial both physically and mentally.  In addition, exposure to the arts through piano lessons establishes an appreciation for music and the arts as a whole at a young age, creating a more well-rounded

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How to Help Your Child Succeed at Playing Piano

Is My 5-12 Year Old Ready For Music Lessons?

As parents of children aged 5-12, you might be contemplating if now is the right time to introduce your child to music lessons. Rest assured, this age range is not only ideal but also incredibly beneficial for starting their musical journey. Let’s dive into why music lessons are a great fit for kids in this

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Should I Let My Child Quit Piano?

Introducing your child to music lessons is an exciting milestone. Whether it’s piano, guitar, violin, or any other instrument, learning to play music offers numerous lifelong benefits. However, as your child progresses in their musical journey, they may express a desire to quit piano lessons. This can leave you as a parent in a predicament.

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Should I Let My Child Quit Piano?

How To Become a Piano Teacher On Your Own

Embarking on the journey to become a piano teacher independently opens a path where passion meets profession. Becoming a music teacher is not just about imparting knowledge but sharing the joy that music brings with others, an invaluable experience that resonates beyond just playing notes.  Whether you’re a piano enthusiast, a seasoned player, or a

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How To Become a Piano Teacher On Your Own