Monday February 28th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Ami Ip

[anti-rclick]Ami Ip played Balakirev/Glinka’s “The Lark” in the students’ recital. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/recitalami.m4v 640 360] Note: For better viewing experience, please click on the post’s title and […]
Sunday February 27th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Yan Phu

[anti-rclick]Yan Phu played two solo pieces in the students’ recital. They were Schubert’s “Moment Musical” and Oesten’s “Doll’s Dream”. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/recitalyan.m4v 640 360] Note: For better […]
Saturday February 26th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Joy Chan & Jeremy Chan (Duet)

[anti-rclick]Joy Chan & Jeremy Chan played a couple duets in the students’ recital. The songs were “Two Tigers” & “Saints Go Marching On”. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/recitaljerjoyduet.m4v 640 […]
Saturday February 26th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Joy Chan

[anti-rclick]Joy Chan played Schubert’s “Wild Rose”(piano arrangement) and Mozart’s “Allegro in Bb” in the students’ recital. Well done, Joy! Do take time to bow and […]
Friday February 25th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Jeremy Chan

[anti-rclick]Jeremy Chanwas the twelveth performer on the recital day. In the recital, Jeremy played Beethoven’s “Turkish March” . [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/recitaljeremy.m4v 640 360] Note: For better viewing […]
Thursday February 24th, 2011

Anisia Wong & Teresa Wong: Bouncin’ Boogie

[anti-rclick]Anisia Wong & Teresa Wong plays Martha Mier’s “Bouncin’ Boogie”. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/aniTboogie.m4v 640 360] Note: For better viewing experience, please click on the post’s title and […]
Wednesday February 23rd, 2011

At The Most Trying Hours…

[anti-rclick] February 23, 2011 Troubles come in my teaching from time to time. They become so overwhelming that teaching seems to be a daunting task. […]
Monday February 21st, 2011

About Practice: Why & How

[anti-rclick] PRACTICE IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE SECOND TO LESSONS. Why Do We Practice? We practice in order to understand a work, in terms of its […]
Sunday February 20th, 2011

Julian Cheng: At the Smithy

[anti-rclick]Julian Cheng plays “At the Smithy”, Op. 8 No.5 composed by Maikapar. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/Juliansmithy.m4v 640 360] [ad#Google Adsense]
Saturday February 19th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Lok-Yin Chu

[anti-rclick]Lok-Yin Chu was the sixth performer on the recital day. In the recital, Lok-Yin played a couple solo pieces by F.X. Chwatal, “Little Playmates” and […]
Thursday February 17th, 2011

Storytelling in Piano Playing 彈琴講故事

[anti-rclick] I always remember that, once upon a time, many years ago, my first Teacher told me to draw a picture about this one Schumann’s […]
Wednesday February 16th, 2011

Copyright Infringement

[anti-rclick] February 16, 2011 I have noticed today that one self-proclaimed “piano teacher” has been copying my materials from my website. There are sentences copied […]
Wednesday February 16th, 2011

Teresa Wong: J.S.Bach’s French Suite No. 5 in G, Allemande

[anti-rclick]Recently, a student has started working on this work. So I took some time to revisit the piece. French Suites (as well as German Suites) […]
Tuesday February 15th, 2011

Cherrie Hui & Teresa Wong: Schubert’s “Marche Militaire”

[anti-rclick]Cherrie Hui & Teresa Wong play Franz Schubert’s “Marche Militaire”, Op. 51, No.1. [qt:http://teresawong.dyndns.org:9001/video/cherrieTmilimarch.m4v 640 360] Playing duets is so much fun! Note: For better […]
Sunday February 13th, 2011

Teresa Wong & Students’ Piano Recital 2011: Walter Chan

[anti-rclick]Walter Chan was the ninth performer on the recital day. In the recital, Walter played Beethoven’s “Écossaise in G” and Wedgwood’s “Motorway Blues”. Good job […]