8 Great Tools Every Piano Teacher Needs On Hand
Thinking of using your skills to teach piano to others? There are so many online tools to help you along the way! Here are some of the best piano teacher resources, as recommended by New Paltz, NY teacher Cheryl E...
Whether youre in your first year teaching piano students or your 50th year, here are seven great tools and resources that every piano teacher needs to keep new students rolling in and sticking around for the long haul!
1. This worksheet bundle. Have your student
5 Fun French Games to Help With Vocabulary and More
Learning French in a class or with a private teacher is important, but as with all languages, practice hours are critical to building fluency. But how do you get motivated to study French every day? According to these sites and apps, the secret is making your lessons into a game!
Digital Dialects - Vocabulary and Verb Conjugation Games
Aimed mostly at beginning learners, these French games use simple, clear graphics to present practice opportunities for a variety of vocabulary building. Many o
How to Find Audition Songs That Make You Shine
Need help selecting the perfect song for an upcoming audition? Finding the right song can take time -- and there's a lot to consider as you decide!
Even if you're comfortable in the spotlight and don't suffer from stage fright, there's often a long, arduous process to prepare for an audition.
As a professional vocal coach, I can share two secrets to making it all easier. In fact, these two things make auditioning downright enjoyable!
First of all, treat each and every audition lik
How Yamaha's New Electrified TransAcoustic Reinvents the Modern Piano
As technology progresses, so does the music industry. Here, Tulsa, OK teacher Chris F. explores Yamaha's latest contribution to the world of music-making...
The acoustic pianos design has remained relatively unchanged for centuries. The electronic keyboard, on the other hand, has had a rich and transformational history over the years, as technology has evolved and improved. What started with the "Denis d'or," an instrument developed in 1793 with 700 strings that were temporaril
Comedy Shows in Chicago: Surviving Your First Improv Audition
So, youre ready for your first improv audition. You know enough to give gifts, to not ask questions, and, when all else fails, to say, Yes and
(You do know all these things, right?) If youre reading up on improv auditions and comedy shows in Chicago, youre already on the right track, even if you know nothing. Auditions for improv groups can differ quite a bit from other kinds. The process can be intimidating but the possible rewards, namely lifelong personal friendships and professional pa