Many piano teachers I train ask me how to get more students, and perhaps more importantly, the students they want to teach.
Most teachers focus on obtaining more professional qualifications (studying more, getting professional piano performance or teaching diplomas/degrees, performing more, etc).
William plays Yiruma’s River Flows in You and Naruto’s Sadness and Sorrow.
Andre plays Voltes V theme song and Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger at our piano student concert 2019
Zachary plays Darth Vader’s Theme (the Imperial March) from Star Wars.
It’s a big decision when it comes to buying your first piano. First off, CONGRATULATIONS! You’re about to own your very first piano. It’s very exciting. First thing when you consider buying a piano is, do you want to buy a new piano or a used piano? In my experience of buying pianos (yes plural… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Buying a Piano
Since I have started teaching in town, I’ve gotten a lot of questions from new/potential students and their parents about my lessons. For that I am thankful. First off, I apologize sincerely if I haven’t replied as quickly as I would’ve wanted to to your lesson enquiries here on the site. Again, you can email… Continue reading Piano Learning and Practice
Age:4 – Adult Nationalities (in alphabetical order):Australia, China, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, USA Academic Education Levels:Nursery, Primary School, Secondary School, International School, University, Masters, Doctorate Fields of Profession (in alphabetical order):Corporate Business, Education, Finance, Human Resources, Law, Insurance, Medicine, Music (Including piano teachers), Public Relations Piano Education Levels:Total… Continue reading Who are my piano students?