To Build or Not to Build? Or Where to Host Your Piano Studio Website

Piano studio website

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! This is our third blog post on the topic of piano studio website. And we are focusing on how to turn all your precious content into a public website accessible from the Internet. By now you have learned already how […]

Once Upon a Time… Or Why the Story is Important for Your Piano Studio Website

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! This is our second post on the topic of piano studio website and we would like to say thank you for following along. From the previous posts, you know now about the importance of a good catchy name for your […]

Can you make an omelette? Or How to Scramble a Piano Studio Website from Scratch

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! Remember how you registered your piano studio very own domain name and then created its branded email address. How did that feel? When it comes to the Internet it all starts with claiming your domain name on the Internet and […]

What is Your Piano Studio’s Email Address? Or Email Us @ Our Domain Name

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! In the previous posts, we were all about the piano studio and the domain names. And today we are talking about the importance of a branded email address and the ways you can achieve it. Before we explain why professional […]

Is It My Cow or Your’s? Or Why Do You Want a Domain Name for Your Piano Studio?

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! Today we are talking about the importance of a domain name and some strategies of how to pick one for your piano studio. If you missed our previous blog post on naming strategies for your piano studio feel free to […]

John, Is It You? Or How Do You Name Your Piano Studio?

Hello and welcome to our series of blog posts on how to start piano studio! What is your name? Numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau statistics suggest that around 50,000 John Smiths live in the United States of America alone. Are you John Smith? If not, then chances are you are the only piano teacher […]

No Candy! No Stickers! How to Establish a Proper Piano practice Routine

How to motivate students to practice

What is practicing? Studying and practicing are often looked at as memorization and drilling, that is performed over and over again until the information is seared into the brains. However, for most, memorization is an inefficient and stressful path to understanding and capability. Many studies have been conducted about piano and practice in general, and […]

Middle C Pink Unicorn Printable

Middle C Unicorn - blogpost

One of my current projects is to create different worksheets which could help me to get ready for teaching my new students in September. The worksheets with a variety of themes and characters, to satisfy everyone, Star War followers, and princess fans. That’s why note learning, and actually Middle C note learning is on my list. Middle […]

Over the Rainbow Ledger Line Note Worksheet

Over the Rainbow Ledger Line Note Worksheet

The concept of ledger line notes is quite challenging for any level. It takes time to master the recognition of notes above and below the note staff. Obviously, the worksheet format is the least exciting but most efficient way to work on this task. The exercises won’t take a lot of time to work on and is suitable for […]

Accidental-ly Lucky

Accidental-ly Lucky Free Worksheet

Saint Patrick’s Accidentals on the Keyboard Worksheet Looking for an engaging and fun theory activity for the Saint Patrick’s week to practice with your students at your studio but don’t have time to make worksheets? Then try this Accidental-ly Lucky Saint Patrick’s themed keyboard awareness worksheet. Accidental-ly Lucky This Saint Patrick’s Theory Printable PDF contains […]