Maybe it’s a little early to start planning for your Summer Piano Camp. But don’t you think that you should start to plan and prepare, just like the athletes are training right now? Maybe, just maybe, it’s just the right time to start gathering everything you need, a little at a time, so you won’t have to be rushed when June comes around! Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  1. When planning your Piano Olympics  for piano students you may want to focus on students who have mastered the basics of piano playing such as, reading notes on the staff, five finger positions and understanding of note values (quarter, half-note and whole note).
  2. Piano Olympics can be scheduled in many ways.  At my piano studio we scheduled a four-day camp running for 2 hours each day.  The information you will find  is flexible and will allow you to fit the plan to your specific needs.

Piano Olympics allows you to:

  • Provide piano ensemble opportunities
  • Encourage the use of piano skills learned during the year
  • Team work

As a teacher you will:

  • experience group piano class
  • plan lessons or follow lesson suggestions
  • add to your summer income in a short period of time

Start planning today!

2 Comments

  1. TK Goforth
    June 28, 2011

    Hello, Ms. Dorla! Thank you for this information! I am looking forward to following your blog. I have been thinking about doing a piano camp and was planning on beginning next year. Will you let us know when your ebook will be out? Do you have a way to follow you by email?

    So nice to come across your blog through Natalie Wickham’s blog. God bless!

    TK Goforth

    • admin
      June 28, 2011

      Thanks for stopping by!
      I will definitely let everyone know when the ebook is ready You can also subscribe throught RSS feed on the bottom of by website http://www.missdorla.com.
      Stay in touch,
      Dorla