Teach Music Week - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can our music school participate in Teach Music Week?
A: If you are able to offer at least one free intro lesson to a new student then please contact us to have your Music School added.
Q: Are they any fees required for our music school or retail location to participate in Teach Music Week?
A: Definitely not - Teach Music Week is currently self-funded, however we are starting to apply for grants and searching for sponsor partners that will allow Teach Music Week and Kids Music Day to inspire even more future musicians. If you are able to offer at least one free intro lesson to a new student then please contact us to have your locatio added.
Q: How many free intro lessons do participating music schools need to offer?
A: Your school can offer as few or as many free intro lessons as you are comfortable in handling. You can also sign up new students during "Teach Music Week" and give the lesson at a later time when scheduling permits.
Q: I'm a musician but I don't work at a music school...how can I participate in "Teach Music Week"?
A: Let your friends and family know about "Teach Music Week" and that you'd really like to get them started playing an instrument by offering a free lesson that week. After that you can continue to give them lessons or refer them to a local music school.
Q: I really really want to learn how to play guitar (or piano, drums, violin, etc). How can I take advantage of "Teach Music Week" to start learning?
A: Check for Participating Music Schools in your state, then contact them to set up your complimentary intro lesson (be sure to mention "Teach Music Week"). Please note that schools may limit their number free offers due to resource & scheduling concerns.
Q: I teach music at a public, private or charter school. How can we participate in Teach Music Week?
A: There are definitely ways you join us in celebrating Teach Music Week. You could hold a special music open house, schedule a student music performance or ask your students to let their friends know you are available for a complimentary music lesson that week.
Q: We run a music school in Canada (or Australia, Japan, etc). How can we participate in Teach Music Week?
A: Starting in 2018, "Teach Music Week" is going global and helping to inspire new musicians all over the world. Please contact us for more information and to have your location added to our new international Teach Music Week section this March.
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About Keep Music Alive

Keep Music Alive is on a MISSION to promote how valuable and important music is in all of our lives: Academically, Therapeutically or just overall making us a happier society. As part of this mission, we have published the book
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