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The Business of Teaching 4-8-19

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Do you teach music lessons privately or at a school? Then this is the workshop for you! 


Monday, April 8, 2019
11:00am – 1:00pm – FREE

Call (415) 575-0777 or email to reserve your seat.


  • Business planning
  • Curriculum Development
  • People Management
  • Measuring Success
  • 1099 vs W2 reporting

Carrie Campbell studied Music Education and Music Therapy at the University of Georgia where she received her Bachelor of Music, and later at Yale University where she received her Masters in Horn Performance, studying with Paul Ingraham. For many years Carrie has been both a teacher and advocate of community arts education through her work at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA). She has taught private and group classes in horn, music theory, ear training and music history, as well as coordinated many of the schools programs. In July 2014 Carrie was named Music School Director at CSMA where she oversees all aspects of the school including private lessons, music classes, Music4Schools, and CSMA’s Corporate Arts Program. Combined these programs serve over 10,000 students per year. for more info visit

Call (415) 575-0777 or email to reserve your seat.

Musicians Union Local 6
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