Duet Partner is pleased to announce that this morning we published a press release announcing the launch of our new product.
If the training we give our students results in them listening to, attending and supporting music and musicians in the future, then none of our - or their - efforts are never futile.
We recently asked our music teachers about their top three tips for getting back into the rhythm of teaching. Here are a few of the answers.
How do you make sure the first music lesson is a success for both the teacher and the student. Here are 5 tips to keep in mind.
Do you have a set of values that guide your teaching and the way you've set up your studio? Here are some ideas to get you started.
How do you handle the possibility of changing teaching schedules in your music studio during the summer months?
With all but one of my children driving and displaying functional levels of independence, I recently decided it was time for me to revisit one of my first loves: playing the piano.
We know from talking to hundreds of music teachers over the years that students' practicing habits are always a point of discussion. We've seen parents fall into a whole range of attitudes. Here are a few that we've seen.
Recently, we asked, "What's one thing you wish you knew before starting your own private music studio?" Here are some of the comments we received.