In my mind and heart, every concert is unique, just as every one of our students at my studio is.
Everyone gets nervous before, during and even after they perform on stage; it’s a normal reaction. Who isn’t worried about their own performance? But in order to get more comfortable and be better at it, one must go up that stage over and over again, sometimes even they have performed rather poorly in their last act. It’s the same in life: you get back up again and again after you fall. That’s how you grow and become better and successful in something that matters.
From time to time I also play some piano arrangement of popular songs. Here is We’re the Champions by Queen. Enjoy!
I wrote this in dedication to those who left us because they: served our countries; fought strong and hard yet lost battles to diseases; really tried but their lives were taken way too soon. But we still love them and remember them every single day. Here is to all the heroes and heroines in our… Continue reading Teresa Wong Piano: Salute to Our Fallen Heroes
I wrote about buying your first acoustic piano before. For those who are looking into buying a digital piano keyboard, I have some tips for you here.
First, you need to know that a digital keyboard has a very different touch and action from an acoustic piano, but if that’s what you are looking for – to play pop music, in a band, not necessarily classical piano music- then go for it.
A piano impro song by yours truly, called “Morning Prayer”. Hope you enjoy!
I got inspired by a new student to play this song I’ve never heard of, by Oscar Peterson. It’s called “Hymn to Freedom”. Enjoy!
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 continue to teach you Silent Night, with more variations and patterns on chords for the left hand accompaniment!