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Successful Music Teaching Course

Category: Music Teaching and Teaching Studio Business Course

 

I want to help you build your music teaching studio.

When I set up my own music teaching studio, I also experienced a difficult period. It took a lot of effort to achieve that dream, but most importantly, it took me a long time to find a real direction to build a successful music teaching studio. After the solid establishment of my music teaching studio, it was very satisfying in many ways. I wish there were someone who could guide me and teach me how to do it, so I wouldn’t have wasted so much time searching for ways to build the studio I really wanted, so that I could focus on music and teaching.

I know that I can help you: the “How to Build a Successful Music Teaching Studio” course is designed to change the way you – and many teachers who are passionate about music and teaching- teach and shape a music teaching career that you have always wanted . I like to take away your frustration and struggle, so that you can focus on contributing your effort to our local music teaching community. We need the best teachers like you to teach the next generation of students.

Note: This only applies to private music teaching; if you want to start a bigger teaching business, please contact us directly for one-on-one business coaching courses. We are now pre-selling this online course: If you register before October 15, 2018, you will receive a special discount for the entire course – please fill out this form to enroll in the course. The course will begin on November 5, 2018.

Cost of the entire course:

Register before October 15th: HKD $ 4000 / USD $ 530

Registration from October 16th to October 22nd: HKD $ 5000 / USD $ 660

Registration from October 23 to October 30: HKD $ 6000 / USD $ 790

Please fill out the form below to enjoy this offer!

Course Enrolment Form

“How to Build a Successful Music Teaching Studio” Course

“How to Build a Successful Music Teaching Studio” course

Category: Music teaching and business coaching

Note: this is suitable for private teaching only; for running a bigger teaching studio business please contact us directly for one-on-one customised business coaching sessions. 

We are pre-saleing this online course right now – if you sign up by 20 April, 2018, you will enjoy a special discount for the whole course – please fill in this form for more details. You do not pay now until we confirm the numbers of students signed up to make sure we will start the course accordingly. We will send you payment details when suit. 

The course will begin in May 21, 2018. 

Whole course fee: 

Sign up before April 20: HKD$4000  /USD$530

Sign up between April 20 and April 30: HKD$5000/USD$660

Sign up between May 1 and May 18: HKD$6000/USD$790

Fill in the following form to enjoy this special discount NOW!

https://goo.gl/forms/iO59Zsxosykky5C73

 

 

How to build a successful music/piano studio (II)

 

 

 

How to build a successful music/piano studio?

A lot of readers asked me this question. I get it, it’s hard to promote yourself. It’s even embarrassing, because we are musicians/pianists, we are artists, we are not for sale. But hey, don’t think about it in that way. If you want people to know you, you have to get out there and literally tell people that YOU EXIST. So here are a few pointers as to how to promote yourself in order to build a successful and thriving music studio of yours:

1. Start a blog

Share with your existing and potential students what you’ve got: what you know about music, piano and teaching. Just write something short and simple at the beginning  few lines every day, about what you’ve learnt and taught in lessons or some tips on practice and playing. Eventually you can write more and add more substance in your posts. 

2. Record videos

Record videos of your students playing in lessons or even your own playing. Teach people some basic music theories, like how to read or identify chords. 

3. Write something about yourself

Write about your educational qualifications, your experience in performance and teaching. Tell people about your teaching philosophy and style: it’s important for your potential students (and especially their parents) to know about your personally. 

4. Share your experience

People want to connect with those whom they feel familiar with. If you share your experience with your readers, they already feel like they know you before they’ve even met you-and I know that from my personal experience. Be authentic and genuine. 

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