Boon Keng, Central (City), Choa Chu Kang, Jurong East, Potong Pasir, Queenstown, Serangoon, Tampines/Simei, Toa Payoh, Kovan, Buona Vista, Outram Park, Redhill, Tanjong Pagar, Tiong Bahru, Braddell, Farrer Park, Little India
I am a passion music teacher who has experience over 5 years since my first year in Singapore to be a full time piano performance student in NAFA. I teach from beginner to Diploma level and theory (Grade 1 to 8) based on ABRSM syllabus. All my students have a great quality of playing and scored mostly distinction in their exam.
Music - Piano - Theory (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced), Practical (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Diploma, Leisure)
Commitment / Other Details
I am able to start after my final recital (mid of May)
Commitment is crucial in music learning, it cant be happened over night, by putting an effort in a correct way will make the learning effective and efficient. Every month, I will give a feedback on how the student doing and how they improve.
Keeping Up with Curriculum
As I am used to ABRSM syllabus, I update myself with the teacher guide book from ABRSM, or attend a workshop for music teaching. I went to several concerts as well to broaden up my musical experience.
As a Good Tutor
A good collaboration and chemistry between teacher and student are very important. As a teacher, one must understand the character of the student in order to keep them motivated in their piano lesson.
Secondly, quality of playing is very crucial. It is not only playing all the notes accurately, but with a proper hand position, touch and musical idea which brings out music.
Lastly, as a good tutor, one must know how to reward students' hard work. Reward them with a small present or even appraisal will make them motivated and love what they are doing!