Best-known for his blogging and teaching, Tim is also a well-respected presenter, performer and accompanist based in Melbourne, Australia. You can check him out on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.
It's that time of the year - December is upon us and everyone is looking forward to a break. Piano teachers, you've deserved it! All those
Do you want to find success in 2018? No matter what that word "success" means to you – you're going to need to clear the decks first. If
Proper planning for new piano teachers (and more experienced ones) can save time, headaches and money. When you think things out in advance
This article first appeared in The Piano Teacher magazine, Issue 11, 2017. Access the full online magazine for free here. ***Discount
Planning lessons effectively is definitely an art, not a science. There are many things to balance and the actual lesson might look quite
Joe Harkins is a new piano teacher who came to piano teaching (like many of us do) from a mixed background of playing and performing.
Every music teacher has a different journey. Whether you have been teaching piano for 20 years or 5, there is always something to learn. But
Lucinda was trained in a traditional classical system, but when she realised that she couldn't even play Happy Birthday at a party (without
Ear training can be dull. But it definitely doesn't have to be. Kirstin Jensen is here to tell us about some super fun and
There is little doubt now that the future of the piano is going to be digital. While there will always be a place for acoustic pianos, the