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Training session/sneak peak for complete newcomers #2766668
09/20/18 01:11 PM
09/20/18 01:11 PM
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Hello everyone!

To be honest, I have no idea where to post this question.

Let me give you the background: I have been playing the piano since 34 years now. I enjoy bringing piano music closer to people and getting them interested in playing.

I would like to start a session for complete newcomers, rent a room with piano and just play together with about 10 interested people who have never played before. I would like them to get a feeling for playing, get interested and just see if they would like to dig deeper in playing.

The big question I have:
Of course I would like to get them involved as much as possible. 10 people and one piano does not make it very easy...

Can someone give me some tips on how to handle this?

The course will be completely private and will not be charged. This is nothing I want to earn money with. Just get together and have some fun.

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Re: Training session/sneak peak for complete newcomers [Re: Belger1900] #2797992
01/03/19 06:29 AM
01/03/19 06:29 AM
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Hi,
Handling the group piano classes is better than teaching an individual student. Because, students will be more relaxed if they are not spotting out alone by sitting next to the teacher, instead they are more comfortable in the group by listening to and watching the moves of other students. But, owing only piano for the whole class may not work better. Because everyone may not get a chance to play the pianos in a group of students and it may be a hassle to you as well. So, instead of using single piano to the whole class make it two or three. Bring the digital pianos which are available in the market for reasonable rate. So, that your students will be more happy with the classes.


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