Piano Teaching Philosophy

Last Updated on 2022-11-15 | Originally Posted on 2018-05-29

Introduction

I have been asked about my piano teaching philosophy, so I created a written response. The caveat is that there’s only so much you can get from someone‚Äôs writing or even a conversation. When you’ve narrowed down your candidates, I strongly suggest seeing how a teacher teaches by scheduling a trial lesson. Both teacher and student should be comfortable before beginning what could be years of cooperative learning.

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Find the Right Piano Teacher

Last Updated on 2022-11-15 | Originally Posted on 2018-04-18

Introduction

Your best way to find a teacher is by word of mouth. Even if you’re newly moving into an area, find some friends in real life or network with others through a Facebook group to get some leads. Using a Google search can be helpful, but you’re more likely to find music schools than private teachers. Private teachers are usually better established and prefer to teach on their own versus sharing a cut of pay with a music school.

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