The Diploma is offered to post-Grade 8 musicians intending to pursue a career in music, students or working professionals who wish to broaden their qualifications and knowledge or musicians who possess the passion for their instrument and who wish to acquire greater skills, knowledge and understanding of their instrument.


    My Intensive Music Theory Lessons requires students to be Committed, to Persevere and be Determined. I teach students to love and appreciate theory and not fear it. It is through understanding the workings of how music work can one have a full appreciation of music and theory. They must go hand in hand.


    There are a total of eight grades of assessment for the ABRSM Examining Board. However, the music examinations are not for everyone and the pieces used from the examination syllabuses are not representative of a complete and rounded curriculum.
    The exams serve as a benchmark on where you currently are, however music learning is still a journey of enjoyment and appreciation, so the decision is still up to you.


    The Aural Training / Sight Reading was created as I have received many enquiries for help in regards to these two areas. This class is open to students with different musical background who require Aural Training and Sight Reading as part of the Music Examination.


    My piano lessons for beginners are for children around the age of 6 years and above. Students are taught lessons in a fun, interactive approach with a strong grounding in posture and finger positioning.


    There is no age limit to learning.
    If you have always had a burning desire to learn the piano but never had a chance or time to get to it, now might be a good time to begin.
    My lessons are catered to the individual students and to the working professionals and is paced according to the amount of time and effort allowed.

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