A little fun jazzy piano duet I wrote a few years ago – I recorded this with one of my student and staff Miss Carol Yip in Hong Kong. Enjoy!
An early wish for you, a wonderful Merry Christmas to come! My impromptu version of “Silent Night”. Thanks for listening.
After two lessons, Ashley is already singing and playing “Jingle Bells” and enjoying piano lessons very much! Great job, girl!
From time to time we need someone to remind us there is HOPE in our world, and so there it is, a little song of hope I made to send you all some positive energy. Thanks for being here.
In this video I make up an inversion of the evergreen tune “Amazing Grace” at the piano. Hope you all enjoy! In the next video, I will show you how to do it yourself!
In my piano lessons, I teach students how to use chords and make up their chord patterns with a popular tune they like. It’s a different way of learning to play the piano (less music score reading) but it’s just as fun!
My performance of Beethoven’s “Appassionata” Piano Sonata at our Fall Concert 2019 – this is the second movement.
In this video, I continue to teach you Silent Night, with more variations and patterns on chords for the left hand accompaniment!
In this video, I am showing you the basics of playing Silent Night: melody and chords!