A survey of piano teachers and the impact of COVID-19 on the piano studio

Nobody is in any doubt that the world has changed dramatically over the last few months. The Covid-19 virus has impacted our daily lives, and everyone has had to adjust to a new way of living and working.
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ADAPTING TO THE SITUATION

In the world of piano teaching, It has been heartening to witness the adaptability of teachers. By the end of March, many piano studiosĀ had gone entirely online.
The situation appears to be quite varied, however. While some parents and adult students have willingly embraced the new learning format, others have been less convinced of its effectiveness. Some piano teachers weren’t able to move to online delivery due to circumstances and so have lost their income.

 

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED

This survey of piano teachers aims to build an overview of the current situation so that there is a better understanding of shared thoughts and concerns. It will also help us as a profession to explore new ideas for the future.
The survey has just three sections:
  1. About your teaching; where you are asked to give details about your piano teaching studio and the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has made on it,
  2. About you; you are asked to give a few details about yourself and what has happened to you and your family during this period of crisis.
  3. Looking into the future; these questions explore what thoughts you have about how your piano studio might or might not change as you look into the future.

It should take between 15-20 minutes to complete.

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Members of The Community please complete the survey found in the Curiosity Lounge or Members’ Newsletter.

PLEASE BE ASSURED THAT ALLĀ RESPONSES WILL BE TREATED IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE AND ANONYMITY WILL BE PRESERVED.

 

Thank you so much in advance for completing the survey.

 

The survey will close at 12pm (BST) on Monday, June 15, 2020.

 

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