Music Teachers: How to Take Your Music Teaching Online
Many of my musician friends and colleagues are in dire straits right now because of gig cancellations and school closures. I understand the sentiment – I lost several awesome camps and gigs I had been looking forward to myself (Bass Boot Camp got rescheduled, Women’s Camp at the CJC was canceled, a great gig with Hiromi Oba at SF Jazz not happening…).
But I am completely and fully set up online and have been for years so I can make a few quick and easy adjustments to weather this storm!
I am getting lots of questions, so…
I am offering a free one-time-only webinar to help you quickly right now.
If you need urgent help to move your teaching business online and want to hear some of the most important things I have discovered or developed to make this work, join me for this webinar.
Some of the topics I plan to cover:
• The most important adjustments you have to make to take music teaching online
• How to help your students practice consistently even if you are far away
• How to keep cancellations at a minimum
• Automize and organize!
• Easy to use online tools optimized for music education
• Time for Q and A
I have been highly successful in the online teaching space for many years. I have a long waiting list for one-on-ones and a string of very happy and loyal students. One webinar is not nearly enough time to convey all that I have learned, but I can help you get started! Many are forced to move into the online space right now. I am happy to help! This is free.
You can watch the rerun of this seminar here
You can submit questions about online teaching here
Here is a quick start guide on my favorite platform for teaching, Doozzoo
Use coupon ARIBASS03 (that is zero 3) for a first free month.
The most important thing to remember is this:
Whether teaching music online or off, the success of your students IS your success.
Watch a few of my student features:
Carmie Beautiful Practice in Eb
The Rainbow of Modes (Student Feature)
Beautiful Practice in A (Jeremy)
Watch my student teach you modes
Check out our brand new Course…
0 Replies to “Free Webinar on how to Teach Music Online”
Ari, thanks for offering your help! I really need and appreciate it!
Thanks Ari! I’m interested! I look forward to the webinar. Hope you’re doing well through this unfortunate situation. Love you!
Lotsa love back, Janice! I am happy you are taking your amazing playing to a worldwide audience! Stay safe and groovy!
Thank you, taking my lessons online tomorrow. Will be very interesting to listen to you about this.
Thank you Ari, the webinar was very fun and a lot of useful stuff. Maybe this is the wrong place to ask but do you have a paypal or something for those of us who wants to buy you a coffee and a couple of beers for the effort?
Jan I appreciate you and I appreciate the thought. I am grateful and will raise your cup of coffee to you and all musicians! Stay strong! firstname.lastname@example.org is the PayPal. Thank you! I also have many more resources coming. Working on it as we speak!
Jan, I received the appreciation. Thank you! Best wishes and stay safe!
Hey! First of all, thank you so much for the Webinar! I feel much more confident about the shift to online lessons now. I’d like to give doozzoo a try, Ari said there was a Coupon, but it seems like I haven’t got it right? Can anybody tell me what it was? Thank you!
Hi M, yes, the coupon code for a month free is ARIBASS03 at doozzoo.com I am happy you found the presentation helpful. Best wishes to Deutschland, bleibt gesund!
Hi Ari, I am Sax Teacher in Germany – I Did try Doozzo – and couldnt find the online player to share playback – is it only active if you are an paying instructor?
Watch my feature presentation here – it shows you the ARCHIVE button on the bottom. Then you can directly send it into their media library. SO easy it’s ridiculous 🙂 https://youtu.be/zwryUYuZJj0