Business for singing teachers
Your singing studio is most likely equipped with all the vocal props you need to do your job. But do you have the right paperwork to protect you and your business if something goes wrong?
Before the pandemic, Irish musician Sinead McConville juggled gigging commitments with an uninspiring job in hospitality. Last year she studied with BAST Training and now works in the music industry full-time.
A new digital marketing course explains how singing teachers can build their brand and their business.
Jersey vocal coach Gia Morgan explains how she mixes technical know-how with crystals, affirmations and meditation in her holistic singing studio.
Banish the negative beliefs stopping you from having fun and enjoying success as a singing teacher.
David Valks went from working in the recruitment industry to starting his own singing school. Read on for his tips on marketing, pricing and bookings.
Former pro singer Jessica Thomas explains how BAST Training helped her start her own singing teaching business.
Publishing a book helped vocal coach Becky Gilhespie boost her professional profile and expand her business. Read on to find out how and why she did it.
2020 has been bonkers, but the New Year is just around the corner. While we may not be able to welcome it with tight hugs and wet kisses, we can make a start on our 2021 teaching goals.
Many singers start their search for a vocal coach by browsing online, so it’s crucial that your website is up-to-date and shows you at your best. Here are three tips to improve your website.
Here’s a list of courses, workshops and conferences to help singing teachers continue their professional development and sharpen their business skills.