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    Default Becoming A Home Music Teacher

    If know to play music and have a talent to teach, you can become a home music tution teacher. You must have an approach to approach to instrumental technique and the music theory. You must have a methodology to teach the music theory. You can prepare your pupils for examination, for those who attend the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. You can encourage your pupils to seek regular opportunities to perform in public, such as in festivals, competitions and private recitals. If you prove mastery over your skill then you can earn a livinghood.

    It is of great advantage if you register your name to this link: MusicTeachers.co.uk
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    Dear friends

    Thanks for sharing. I like Becoming A Home Music Teacher very much.

    Very useful for me. It's wonderful.

    Rgs

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    Get your ideas first! You can see suggestions at source: Music teacher interview questions

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    I am wondering if a home music teacher in the US needs to be licensed, or do you think maybe this is a state thing.

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    The problem of being a music teacher at home is that you constantly have students who come to your house to learn. What you should do is also join other musical gigs where you can play music and earn money just the same.

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    A great way to start giving music lessons is by going to local music stores, and letting them know that you'd be willing to teach.

    The music store down the street from me makes most of their money through lessons of various instruments. The teachers get paid well, and a portion of their earnings goes to the music store as commission.

    Certain types of instruments are pretty saturated, and there's a lot of competition. To be a guitar or a piano teacher you have to really showcase that you're a great teacher, and get a lot of word-of-mouth recommendations. However; if you play a more obscure instrument like the banjo, or the tuba, it shouldn't be too difficult to land some tutoring work.

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