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If you’re an accomplished musician, teaching your skills to others can provide you with extra income while doing something you love. This sounds fairly straightforward right, but what’s involved in actually making the transition from musician to music teacher?
My name is Albina, and I started my own private music teaching business back in 2013. I’d be thrilled to share some tips with you on how you could start reaping the benefits of being your own boss by becoming a private music teacher.
Although 2020 saw music studios and classes close to curb the spread of Coronavirus, many people actually turned to learning an instrument due to having increased leisure time at home. This trend is set to benefit private music teachers as individuals book lessons to increase their musical knowledge and skills. With an increased demand for music lessons, now is the time to build a sustainable career teaching music.
Even if you don’t want to go all in and become fully self-employed, you can learn how to supplement your current income by teaching music part time. As long as you are competent with your chosen instrument, or have the vocal expertise if you’re a singer, you can learn how to transfer your skills and teach others.
By taking 15 minutes to watch my free webinar, you will discover the opportunities that await you with a career teaching music privately. You don’t want to miss how to get from musician to music teacher