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Behind the Scenes of Organizing My Studio Summer Program

Behind the Scenes of Organizing My Studio Summer Program

In a normal summer my students would choose between attending an in person camp workshop or a practice packet which included recorded video lessons or for an extra fee they could do both. But as you know, with COVID-19, this isn't a normal summer... I knew many of my...

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Music Teacher Tip #31: Setting Up a Facebook Event

Music Teacher Tip #31: Setting Up a Facebook Event

In the last music teacher tip I showed you how to set up a YouTube premiere. Because my recital was a recorded recital, this is what I chose to use. In addition to YouTube Premiere I also created a Facebook event as a place parents, family and friends could comment. I...

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Music Teacher Tip #30: Setting Up a YouTube Premiere

Music Teacher Tip #30: Setting Up a YouTube Premiere

I had a request from a teacher to share steps in creating a YouTube Premiere. I recently shared that I did a YouTube Premiere for my recital (See Adapting Your Recital Online Part 1 and Part 2) and how much I loved it! If you have an online recital coming up,...

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