We had a fantastic year in 2022: lots of new music adventure with students old and new. Here are some of the highlights: Achievement Day 2022 Multiple Piano Festival 2022 Summer Music Gathering (Kid Group) Annual Student Concert 2022 Adult Student Gathering (Fall 2022)
Another annual student concert is in the book! I believe this is the best student concert we have ever had since I moved here to Colorado. We had solo performances, duets, and even a trio performance! It was so fun to watch the student perform together. I also re-introduced my student award ceremony, in which… Continue reading Annual Student Concert 2022
I’ve been back to working on more piano arrangements again! This time is Astor Piazzolla’s “Libertango”. Hope you enjoy! I’ll update when I have the piano score published. #tangomusic #piazzolla #libertango #pianomusic #pianoarrangement
I am holding a solo piano concert on September 25 Sunday at 2-3pm at Harvest Baptist Church. I am going to try to also broadcast it online live if possible. I am playing all my original compositions (with a couple arrangements) in this concert. It is by invitation only, and I would like to invite… Continue reading Piano Concert by Teresa Wong
This is one of my earlier compositions that I created from improvisation. I have reshaped this piece many times to come to this version. I hope you enjoy it!
A fun take on one of the most familiar tunes. Hope you enjoy!
This new song, tentatively named “A New Beginning”, is composed and performed by yours truly. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did playing and recording it. #anewbeginning #originalmusic #piano #teresawongpiano
Ryder plays Arabesque by Burgmüller Student performance by Ryder at the Achievement Day 2022 by Boulder Area Music Teachers’ Association and Colorado State Music Teacher Association (the beginning was cut off a bit).
Student performance by Ronan at the Achievement Day 2022 organized by Boulder Area Music Teachers’ Association and Colorado State Music Teachers Association.
We can do hard things.Sometimes I hear my students say “I can’t” – or various variations of it, like “I’m confused”, “I don’t wanna”, or simply “no!”. I ask myself, why? They’re afraid to try and, fail. Often we all are worried of making mistakes, because we focus too much on the immediate outcomes, or… Continue reading We Can Do Hard Things