Month: May 2016

Teresa Wong Plays J.S. Bach’s French Suite No. 5: Allemande


Playing in the dark (with your eyes closed!) is a lot of fun and adds more to your feelings of the music in your body and with the piano. You are one with the piano and the music. Try it yourself!

For Audio on SoundCloud:

Ten Levels of Piano Practice

“Practice is objective, organized, and rational.”

-Teresa Wong, “Piano Freedom”, p.73

Piano practice is a creative and step-by-step process. Here are the ten stages a piano player would go through in his/her practice, with no.1 being the most basic to no.10 the last level to reach the final destination.

Scale Videos on My YouTube Channel

If you are working on your scales and forget about how the fingering works, here are some references on my YouTube Channel (Teresa Wong School of Music)!

A Different Kind of Job Advertisement 

This is an advertisement to recruit a new teacher at my school. And I hope it is entertaining and inspiring for you to read as well whether you want to work with me or not.