Brochure and Flyer

Posted In: Teaching the Harp

  • Participant
    unknown-user on #88824

    It looks like I need to produce a new teaching brochure and/or flyer

    to promote lessons and inform prospective students. I would appreciate

    your input on what you think people want or need to know and what

    materials you have seen that you found particularly effective. The

    last one I did was several years ago and in a different format, so I

    would have to re-design it anyway, so why not start over fresh. I was

    very thorough, describing harp repertoire, my pedagogy, etc., and most

    likely overdid it.

    Member
    patricia-jaeger on #88825

    Saul, you might try, instead of a brochure (save that for when you seek a paid engagement as a harp performer) a business-card size ad in your neighborhood newsletter, if there is one. People seek out a music teacher for their youngsters close to home if possible, and often look at neighborhood-oriented mailings rather than tossing them out right away. All you would need are the basics: name, degrees, years of teaching experience, area in which you are located such as “Germantown area”,”no charge for first lesson”, and your telephone number. The flexibility of pre-teen children’s hands is very desirable

    in learning the harp correctly, so you need to genuinely like children.

    Participant
    irvineadamson on #217177

    You may want to try this one http://www.digitekprinting.com/brochures-flyers, they have the best digital print in brochures and flyers.

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