Min-Min Tay is a Piano Performer, Pianist and Music Educator in Singapore. She has been teaching piano lessons
to many satisfied students in Singapore since 2001. She holds a Master Degree in Piano Performance (M Mus) from the University of Washington in Seattle, U.S.A, a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance (B Mus) from Ohio Wesleyan University, U.S.A, and graduated with University Honors. She also holds the Licentiate Trinity College of London (LTCL).
She was a member of the MU PHI EPSILON Music Fraternity in University which aims for the advancement of music throughout the world and promotes scholarship, musicianship, friendship, and reached out to provide support for music in the community.
Min-Min has appeared as guest artiste with the Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra in her Senior Year at Ohio Wesleyan University. She has also played in numerous charity performances with former teacher Mr Ong Lip Tat and appeared as guest artiste in Mr Ong Lip Tat’s student concert. She has also performed at the Mid-American Chamber Institute where she performed the Brahms Piano Trio No. 2 in C major Op. 87.
Her recent performance was as a guest performer together with a group of friends in a concert on 2 Pianos for 8 hands.
Besides performing, she has also trained many music teachers in weekly Development Courses for the advancement of their Music Teaching Careers. Min-Min has also taught Sight-Singing, Ear-Training, Music History, Music Theory and Music Appreciation classes amongst others at NUS High School of Mathematics and Science.
Her goal as a Music Teacher and Educator is to teach her students to love music, to inspire them to develop knowledge and contribute to their well-being in their life pursuits (Read more about her mission as piano educator
...). She continues to instil these qualities in her students and conducts her music and theory lessons from her studio.