Do you want to teach music lessons? Have you had a hard time deciding where and how to teach? Consider online and in person because neither option is always better than the other.
You should think about what you enjoy, your schedule, and where you live. Then, you can decide if you should teach online, in person, or both.
Keep reading to learn about the pros and cons of each option.
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So you have a recital coming up, or you need to plan one. How can you use your music practice sessions to help?
Giving a recital isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Consider how you can start planning now so that your next recital goes off without a hitch!
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Do you want to set goals that you can actually achieve? You need to use SMART goals. But what are SMART goals? How do they work?
SMART goals can help you set goals that are better and easier to reach than general goals. That way, you can make sure you make progress each day and week.
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Do you want to learn more solo flute music? What about play music by women composers? Well, you can do both!
Whether you’re a student, teacher, or professional performer, you can play music by these women composers. Then, you can expand your musical horizons and support living artists at the same time.
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Last week, I wrote about the benefits of freelancing. I still stand by everything I said, but I also felt the need to cover some freelancing cons. That way, you can figure out if this is the right type of work for you.
For many musicians and creatives, freelancing is one of the easiest ways to start in your career. But it can take a lot of work, especially if you want to earn a lot of money from it.
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