One of the wonderful things about music is that it connects people. However learning piano can be a solitary endeavour with fewer opportunities for ensemble work than other instruments. Maybe shared lessons are the key?
with Helen Russell
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You know you want to teach in a Kodály-inspired way but...
Introducing Doremi Membership with Helen Russell
Hi, I'm Helen!
I founded Doremi Connect to help teachers like you feel supported and confident integrating the Kodály approach into their teaching.
Many teachers are totally convinced by the benefits of the Kodály Approach. However, despite completing training and buying books, they still aren’t using it fully in their teaching.
I’m not surprised. It took me over a decade to fully integrate it into my piano and music teaching so that I was satisfied my students were getting all the benefits. A decade of studying with the best Kodály practitioners, innovating, trialling and refining my lesson plans with hundreds of students just like yours.
I created Doremi Connect so I can pass on all of that expertise to you. It’s time to start feeling supported and empowered. Find out more about me here.
DOREMI PIANO BOOKS
Explore the Doremi Piano books series taking you from the very first lesson all the way to Western Art Music and exam work. Including books that are suitable for teachers and students without a Kodály background.
ARTICLES & PODCASTS
When teaching piano beginners we need to remember that the skills we want them to master in the future need seeding from the start.
“When will they do their Grade 1?” I think we all recognise this question and we all dread it. But what happens when you’re a Kodály Piano Teacher? You might be surprised! I certainly was.
Do you teach classroom music and private instrumental lessons using the Kodály approach? Here are my four top differences between these teaching settings.