Where To Find Free Sheet Music Online – And Paid Too

It’s 2pm and you haven’t finished prepping for your afternoon music lessons! Suddenly you realize you need to get that easy version of the classic Journey Song, “Don’t Stop Believin’.  You break out in cold sweats, your heart starts to palpitate as you envision yourself scrambling to transcribe and write out a hand-drawn lead sheet…

Technology & Trends in Music Teaching

This is the second part of an interview with music teacher John Gardner.  John is also an avid technologist and able to be a virtual assistant with music arranging/composing and general office skills through his company Virtual Music Office.  You can see Part 1 here.   Technology for Teaching Music Andrew: Do you use any…

Interview with music teacher John Gardner

An interview with John Gardner, band teacher, entrepreneur John and I connected on LinkedIN and we got speaking about teaching music, the new technologies available, trends in music education and safety precautions when teaching children, both for the child and the teacher. John also has a business supporting other teachers and musicians called Virtual Music…

Some Advice For New Music Teachers

I’ve been talking to music teachers all over the world to learn and share what their best practices are.  One of my standard questions has been “What would be your best advice for a new music teacher – someone just starting out?” It’s Just Business Music teachers are creative folks and artists, so we are…