Last Monday, I invited musical expert Dave Simon to my facebook group for a live interview. Dave offered depth of insight from his own experience as a music educator and Founder of his own music school, plus super-practical marketing tips to help music educators get through the pandemic (and beyond) with more success.
I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation – as did our listeners – so I think you will, too!
About Dave Simon:
Dave Simon founded and operated Dave Simon’s Rock School from 2003-2019. It was apparent to him early on that ensemble programming not only meant greater profit margins for his business but made for an attractive offering to kids. He developed band programs for kids as young as 4 that taught them how to play their instrument in an ensemble positioning private lessons for students that wanted to greater develop and hone their musical schools. He began licensing his band programs Kidzrock, Piano Jam, and Jr. Rockerz allowing studios around the world to see significant gains in not only profits but in student retention. Dave is also the host of the podcast Music Lessons and Marketing that discusses marketing strategies and tactics for music studio owners.
I’m sure he’d love to get your feedback on the interview, and so would I! Just reply to this email with your thoughts or contact Dave directly through his website, where you can listen to his podcast for musicians. I’m honored to be a guest speaker for the podcast coming up in January.
With Love & Enthusiasm,
P.S. Want to learn more ways to thrive as a musician during covid-19? Click here to start a Live Chat with me – if I’m at my desk, I’d love to connect and answer your questions! You can also email me at Jennifer@ArtofFreedom.me and I’ll get back to you ASAP.
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