Piano Day at Ohio State

The Ohio State School of Music is pleased to sponsor its Third Annual Piano Day on Saturday, May 11 from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. for all high school age pianists. Keyboard teachers are also welcome to attend.

The day-long workshop is designed to engage pianists in a variety of topics that includes solo and collaborative instruction, group piano class, contemporary performance techniques (using the mechanics of the piano), and wellness and injury prevention. All sessions are taught by School of Music faculty in an informal setting where pianists will be placed in small groups for personalized attention. The day will conclude with a mini-recital presented by the faculty.

Cost: $35, including lunch.
Registration deadline: Thursday, May 9

Click HERE for details and online registration

Troubleshooting Problems • Professors Steven Glaser and Caroline Hong
Wellness: “Imagine That” • Lynn Singleton
Piano with a Partner • Professor Ken Williams
Collaboration 101 • Ryan Behan
Playing Contemporary Music – Inside the Piano • Maria Staeblein
Finale: mini recital • The Ohio State University keyboard faculty

Please share the attached flyer with your high school students and share on Facebook.

We look forward to seeing you on May 11.

Thank you,
The Keyboard Area at the Ohio State University School of Music

Spring Conference April 12 (resending)

There was a problem reported with the email reminder sent about our upcoming Spring Conference. Please accept our apologies. The information is below.

Central East District of OhioMTA
Affiliated with Music Teachers National Association
?Invites You To Attend
Spring Conference, Luncheon and Annual Membership Meeting
Friday, April ?12, 2019 9:15-1:00
9:30 Meeting, Presenters 10:00-12:00 followed by Lunch
Faith Ministries Church 2747 Agler Rd. Columbus OH 43224

Small Business Notes for busy teachers.
Perhaps a few things your music degree never taught you.

From novice to seasoned teachers alike, most of us love teaching but do not enjoy the business side of being music studio owners. Our spring conference will host a panel of business professionals from the Columbus area to speak about running a small business and answer questions you may have. This invaluable information will be helpful to all teachers striving to be professional, confident and successful business owners. Topics to be covered are: small business laws in Ohio, accounting software, tax deductions and reporting requirements, new tax changes, Sole proprietor vs LLC, liability insurance, licensing, and marketing. We will also discuss the benefits of being connected to a professional group of peers.

Following the morning’s meeting and conference, please join us for lunch and the opportunity to meet new members and renew your OMTA friendships.

PLEASE RSVP BY April 5, 2019 ?To Julie Chambers at chambersmusicstudio@gmail.com