Even if you've already got gigs lined up, you may be wondering what to do with some of your downtime. If you've ever considered teaching a musical instrument on the side, this month's article will offer some advice for doing so!
We're working up a brand new article series that will allow us to share your show-going experiences directly with promoters! We're looking for stories and contributions now, check below to see how you can get involved.
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Could You Teach Guitar?
by Nick Minnion
Imagine going through week after week earning more than enough money to maintain a fun lifestyle, but not even noticing that you have done any work. That's what being a guitar teacher means to me. I enjoy the work so much and find it so rewarding, that I don't really experience it as work at all!
The popularity of the guitar continues to increase, so the demand for good guitar teachers remains strong. The question is, are you the right sort of person for the job?
Part of my activity over the last several years has involved the recruitment and training of a great many music tutors. I can say with certainty that the four items uppermost on peoples' minds when they apply for a job as a music tutor are:
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FestivalNet Just Turned 20!
That's right, FestivalNet opened its online doors 20 years ago. And we could not have done it without you!
Thank you so much for being a part of FestivalNet.com, without you there would be no us! We appreciate you and your patronage. Cheers to a great summer!
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We want to hear what you look for in a show! As part of an upcoming newsletter series, we'd like to relay your thoughts, concerns, and praises directly to thousands of promoters.
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