5 Things  I Love   About Mixed Age Group Piano

5 Things I Love About Mixed Age Group Piano

Posted on Jan 28, 2019 in 10 things, Featured

Way back in 2015 I wrote a post titled 10 Things I Love About Group Piano  and as I read the list I found that there is nothing I would change. However, during the last two years I have been focusing on Mixed Age group classes. It has certainly been a challenge for me but […]

Group Piano Classroom Management

Group Piano Classroom Management

Posted on Mar 24, 2018 in 10 things, Classroom management, Featured

Maybe I am the only group piano teacher that has to deal with discipline in the classroom…maybe not; but I wish there were more teachers talking about it! Meeting with my group piano students once a week it sometimes feels like the first few classes in a semester are spent putting routines into place and […]

10 Reasons to Teach Piano in Groups

10 Reasons to Teach Piano in Groups

Posted on Jan 23, 2015 in 10 things

Let’s be real.  Teaching children to play the piano in a group setting is not easy. To adults? Maybe. But lately every time I think of group piano I have visions of a certain class.  Six students. Ages 6-8. Two of them talk continuously. One always want to follow his own agenda. Another one thinks […]

10 Things I Love About Group Piano

10 Things I Love About Group Piano

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in 10 things

Teaching piano in groups is not really that different from teaching one student.  Nevertheless here are 10 Things I love about it: It’s more exciting to create music in a group. Watching children help each other at the piano. The opportunity to teach Hot Cross Buns only once to 6 students at the same time!!! […]