Category: Piano Teacher Guides

A Guide to Pairing Cascade Method Books with Other Lesson Books

A Guide to Pairing Cascade Method Books with Other Lesson Books Cascade Method Books Transfer Guide

Are you interested in using The Cascade Method with your piano students but you’re not quite sure which Cascade Method books transfer over from the other method books you’re using? It can be a little intimidating as to where to start or how to easily hop onto a new curriculum. That’s why we’re sharing a […]

What To Do In the First Lesson With a Transfer Student

What To Do In the First Lesson With a Transfer Student

Many times, I get new students that are transferring over from another piano teacher because they are losing interest in their current lessons. A lot of my transfer students come as referrals from the parents of the students I’m currently teaching. I like to say these parents hire me so I can revive their kid’s […]

How Do I Get My Students Excited About Piano Practice?

How Do I Get My Students Excited About Piano Practice? Cascade Blog Banner

We’ve all heard the phrase before… Practice makes perfect. For some reason, the term “practice” has a bad reputation… especially with KIDS. Perhaps it’s because kids are constantly having to “practice” their math equations and writing skills at school. That type of practice definitely isn’t always fun.  Whatever the case, we carry this negative connotation […]

Your Go-To Guide for Hosting a Piano Recital In-Person and Online

Your Go-To Guide for Hosting a Piano Recital In-Person and Online guide for hosting a piano recital blog banner

When I thought of what topics I wanted to share this month, I originally was planning a go-to guide for hosting a piano recital in-person. After all, that’s how I’ve always hosted my piano events! However, now that COVID-19 is putting all of our plans on hold, I still want to share what I normally […]