Music Teaching Business Live Talk | November 16th | 12 p.m. EST

Recording will be available at: https://www.youtube.com/musicteachershelper

On Monday, November 16th at 12 p.m EST, join Brandon Pearce, David Cutler, and Kristin Yost for a one-hour live talk answering you and your peers’ pressing questions about running a music teaching studio.

Submit a question below

Please post your question(s) below in the comment section about running your studio, finances, marketing and on how the overall impact of your teaching approach affects the success of your business. Ask a general question or direct a question to a specific panelist. Make sure to “Like” the questions you want to hear answered. The questions with the most “Likes” will be answered first. 

About the panelists 

Brandon

Brandon Pearce is the creator and CEO of MusicTeachersHelper.com, an online software platform to help music teachers manage their businesses. As a piano teacher, software developer, entrepreneur, and business coach, he now runs Music Teacher’s Helper along with a team of 25 people, serving the needs of thousands of music teachers around the world.

David

David Cutler balances a varied profile as a jazz and classical composer, pianist, educator, arranger, author, and sought-after speaker. His first book, The Savvy Musician, has influenced a whole generation of musicians from across the globe. Cutler serves as the University of South Carolina’s Director of Music Entrepreneurship. His recent publication The Savvy Music Teacher unveils a blueprint for independent teachers to generate $50,000-100,000 annually while increasing impact.

Kristin

Kristin Yost is an active performer, author, and teacher, and comes with a nationally recognized name attributed to her published works, conference presentations, and level of students. Kristin is the founder and executive director of the Centre for Musical Minds, a premier music school located in Frisco, Texas.

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