Music has changed a lot in the past 100 years – piano teaching has not. Tim Topham’s Inner Circle of creative piano teachers is out to change all that.
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The effects of music lessons extend way beyond the realm of music itself. Learn 6 surprising ways music study benefit your life and your children’s lives.
We all know the huge impact music can have. But did you know about the specific ways music therapists are trained to use music for good?
With a promising performance career, the controversial 3.5-octave tenor Dr. Dan found his true passion in helping others claim their birthright: to sing.
Learning these five skills of musicianship and you will be well on your way to becoming a complete and versatile musician in the modern world.
Armed with a website and two vans, two midwest super-teachers teach their students to teach themselves. Then they keep it real with live music experiences.
Hear what you play, and play what you hear: crucial skills for any musician. Violinist Eloise Hellyer teaches teachers how to teach, and learn, listening.
Halloween is a great time to teach young musicians ear training skills. Here are some top resources to help you do it in spooky style.
Will teaching add to your bottom line? Whether you are teaching online or beginners, Dylan Welsh has great advice on how to keep your students engaged.
Two young performers-turned-teachers move a suburban high school music department to the cutting edge of practical music education—and we all benefit.
Seattle guitar pro Dylan Welsh shares his teaching on how to learn ear training, music theory, and fretboard fluency skills by putting the music first.
Feedback is important when you’re teaching yourself music, but it can be nerve-racking to make your work visible for the first time. Here’s how to do it.