May 4, 2016
Teaching Philosophy

  Teaching Philosophy How many of you keep your teaching philosophies on your studio website or printed in your teaching and studio materials?  Most University education classes require students to write their teaching philosophies. Have you been updating it regularly?   For those of you who didn't write one during your University days, have you […]

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February 29, 2016
In Rememberance of Mr Ong Lip Tat

  27 February 2016 marked the 3rd Anniversary of the passing of my Beloved Teacher Mr Ong Lip Tat. Mr Ong was a such a wonderful and inspirational teacher. He had such a great passion for music and it shows in his teaching as well as performance. All his students and family members gathered together […]

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February 22, 2016
My Music Teaching Philosophy for Piano

Hi Everyone, Hope your week got off to a great start. I have been asked several times how I can still be so passionate about teaching music after 12 years. I will like to take this time to share with you my Teaching Philosophy towards Music and hope that it will inspire New Piano Teachers, […]

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January 6, 2016
Sharing Tips on How To Practice Effectively

Hi Everyone, Just started my week of teaching. Some students improved over the holidays while some can do better. I have been asked many times how should one practice effectively. Some students spend time and effort to practice, however they see little improvements. Shouldn't they be seeing results after having put in so much effort? It […]

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January 5, 2016
You Deserve to Receive Individualised Piano Lessons in Singapore

Hi Everyone, I hope your New Year has got off to a great start and you are excited for the brand New Year that awaits you. I certainly hope you are working on your goals and determined to achieve them this year. I am certainly excited for the year that lies before me and achieving the […]

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July 11, 2010
Music ~ Building A Community

Check out this interesting news story by the New York Post   It is wonderful to see the spontaneity of what music (in this case, the piano) has in connecting the people of a community together, through playing, singing and jamming. Street pianos are appearing in cities around the world. Wouldn't it be wonderful if […]

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July 6, 2010
Playing the Piano using Natural Body Movements

Ever wonder how some musicians are able to Produce Beautiful Sound from the Piano? Musicians often have the misconception of  being  emotionally intense with being physically tense. Having intense expressiveness and power does not come from over-tightening of your muscles that produces the sound but from freeing it to work smoothly, effectively and efficiently. If […]

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May 21, 2010
What is Perfect Pitch?

PERFECT PITCH I was just chatting with a group of friends the other day and the topic of Perfect pitch came about. So what is Perfect Pitch? Perfect Pitch, also known as absolute pitch is the ability to recognize and identify notes being played without being given any reference pitch.  A person with perfect pitch […]

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January 4, 2010
Music Made Fun

Happy New Year to everyone. I hope that the New Year got off to a good start for all of you and that we are all working towards our goals, personal dreams and fulfillment. I chanced upon this video which I thought was really interesting. It is a pianist and a violinist, who try to […]

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