My friend recommended this site even though I'm not an English teacher.
But who knows?!
My name is Lynn. It's nice to meet you all! I know is a bit difficult to find a piano teacher here let alone an English speaking one! I'm a piano teacher with 7 years teaching experience. I teach both classical and jazz.
So if anyone is interested...
Now, you didn't try to bring your piano on the plane with you, did you?
"Take this, brother; may it serve you well."
Hi Lynn and welcome to the forum. Which area do you live in? It would be great if you could teach piano privately.
I used to teach piano in Bangkok. If you find kids to teach, make sure you have the parents pay for at least a month's worth of lessons in advance. And good luck.
I've tried bringing the piano...but can't find a way to pack the piano in my bag
I do teach privately most of my students are around Sukhumvit area, which is convenient.
However I found it difficult to advertise my service (any ideas??)
Oh and here's my website. Nothing much on it yet, but it's a start!
The high side of teaching Classical piano is your clients won't be poor beggars. But all the same, the problem you'll have is their paying faithfully. What I do is give the first lesson free. That way if it's a go they'll have no excuse not to pay. And too you'll be in a better position to ask for a month in advance.
More classical piano in Thailand is a good thing.
What about that guy a few months back who wanted to bring his car to Thailand. Remember him?
There may also be a market for this in the wealthy suburbs surrounding BKK. MOst of my kids play the piano or violin, for example.