How to Make the Big Move for Your Music Career

So, you've decided to take the plunge and relocate to focus on your music career. Congratulations! Making the big move is a huge step in furthering your career, and a lot goes into it. In this blog post, Young’s School of Piano gives you some tips on how to make sure your move goes as [...]

How to Design a Performing Arts Studio Space in Your Home

Designing a multi-purpose space in your home is a great way to encourage your family to practice the performing arts. You and your kids can use this space for acting, singing, dancing, and making music. At Young School of Piano, we know how important it is to have access to an artistic outlet. By building [...]

Artists Can Use These 4 Strategies to Get Discovered

Getting discovered as an artist can be done in as little as four steps…as long as you put in the work.   Putting yourself out there as a creative individual can be challenging, because it’s always hard to share something you’ve worked so hard on with people who are going to critique and judge the […]

5 Online Side-Hustles for Musicians

Making money solely from your musical career is becoming more difficult because of low streaming payouts and complex touring logistics. Statistics show that Spotify pays artists only $.0032 per stream. Fortunately, with the rise of remote work, there are plenty of jobs you can do from anywhere and retain your financial stability. You don’t have to [...]

Expanding Horizons

Fostering Your Child’s Interests Outside of School School is a time of crucial development but, for many children, the important learning takes place outside the classroom. If your child is struggling with a subject or wants to expand their knowledge, a little extracurricular encouragement can make all the difference to their long-term academic prospects.   [...]

How Your Smartphone Can Help You Learn to Play a Musical Instrument

How Your Smartphone Can Help You Learn to Play a Musical Instrument Music lessons for children and adults don’t have to be expensive. Instead of pricey sessions with a live instructor, you can use free and low-cost apps to develop your talents. When it comes to playing a musical instrument, tap into your smartphone. With [...]
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A Musician’s Guide to Making a Living in a Post-Pandemic World

As a musician, you’ve surely felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many large-scale events including concerts and music festivals were cancelled. Even as vaccines are rolled out, larger gatherings remain on pause in many parts of the world. This can make it tough for musicians to earn money. Luckily, there are ways to stay […]

Maryland Summer Jazz Faculty Member

Tim Young, founder of Young's School of Gospel and Jazz Piano, recently served as a faculty member at the Maryland Summer Jazz program . MSJ is a program designed for serious semi-pro and adult amateurs who desire to become better players. It is an online global community of students from 25 countries. Young was among a prestigious [...]

Real Life Podcast With Guest Tim Young

Piano instructor Tim Young was recently featured on podcast hosted by Terrance Chandler one of his piano students. Tim talks about how he got his start in music, into teaching, serving in the military, and lots of other interesting facts. Please have listen below. Enjoy!

10X Growth Conference!

What's the best way to start the New Year 2020? How about being in the same venue with highly successful millionaires and billionaires speaking to you about how they were able to achieve their massive success. I recently attended the 10X Growth Conference in Las Vegas. It's the biggest conference in the USA that is [...]


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