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Nancy Breth

Nancy O'Neill Breth
The Accidental Entrepreneur

The careers of successful music teachers often take unexpected twists and turns. Nancy Breth embraces the bends in the road that brought her to a career as an entrepreneur, performer, educator, author, speaker and mentor. Her vibrant website highlights her teaching, publications, videos, pedagogy workshops, blog and more – all with photos that radiate energy and market her multi-faceted career. Here she offers some food for thought for teachers who are open to the varied opportunities that a career in music can bring. Watch video


Davis Dorrough

Davis Dorrough
Online Teaching is Not Just for Pandemics

After most of the music profession was thrown into online teaching during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Davis Dorrough found plenty of reasons to not go back to in-person lessons. Learn why he chose this path, how he pivoted his business to an entirely virtual model, where he found new students and how he enhanced the online experience with innovative technology. Watch Video


Noreen Wenjen

Noreen Wenjen
Entrepreneurial Secrets to Building Your Music Studio from Within

What does a successful music teacher need to stand out in today’s competitive music studio market? In this video, I reveal my entrepreneurial secrets to building my music studio business from within. Find out why these entrepreneurial secrets will help your students beyond learning music and how it will help you and your studio grow! Watch Video


Lynette Zelis

Lynette Zelis
Noteable Notes Music Academy

As music teachers, we have numerous options for our business structure—from an independent studio to a community school of the arts. The following short video highlights Noteable Notes Music Academy, a multi-instrument, three-location program employing twenty-one teachers, offering private lessons and summer camps, and founded and directed by Lynette Zelis. Watch Video



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