Monday May 30th, 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 […]
Friday May 27th, 2016

(中文) 練習的十個層次 (第一節)

Sorry, this entry is only available in 中文.
Wednesday May 25th, 2016

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.
Monday May 23rd, 2016

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)!
Friday May 20th, 2016

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.
Friday May 20th, 2016

Teresa Wong plays: Running Away III (Improvisation)

Thursday May 19th, 2016

Teresa Wong plays: Running Away II (Improvisation)

Teresa Wong: Running Away II (Improvisation)
Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Teresa Wong: Running Away I ( Piano Improvisation)

Sunday May 15th, 2016

Student Progress, Performance and Competition

I rejoice with and for my students every time they are awarded in any musical occasion. And I tell them they need to be proud of themselves too.
Thursday May 12th, 2016

About my second book, “Piano Technique Transformation Exercise Book”

I am thrilled to announce that my second book,  “Piano Technique Transformation Exercise Book” is also published and available for sale now! You can find them […]
Wednesday May 11th, 2016

(中文) 關於我的新書 Piano Freedom

(中文) 有關 Piano Freedom 書籍出版 (Part I)
Tuesday May 10th, 2016
Piano Technique Transformation, 鋼琴技巧改造

Control of Weight in Our Piano Playing (Part II)

In the last post I wrote about how the application of force in striking the piano keys down would drastically affect our piano playing. And there are two ideas you must understand. The first idea is: "We apply different level of weights for different dynamics." Which I have explained in the last post. In this post I continue to discuss about the second idea, which is "We apply different level of weights for each key - even in the same dynamic level."
Tuesday May 3rd, 2016

My First Book “Piano Freedom” is Now Available on!

My First Book "Piano Freedom" is Now Available on! You can purchase a copy of it on various platform below:…/…/9887708305/…/…/B01EAIDDME
Tuesday May 3rd, 2016
Piano Technique Transformation, 鋼琴技巧改造

Control of Weight in Our Piano Playing (Part I)

Whenever I mention about piano technique, I often emphasis two aspects: velocity (speed) and force (weight/energy). In this post, I am going to give you a […]
Monday May 2nd, 2016

Playing the Piano is a Happy Thing (The Right Intention)

  In Cambridge dictionary, happy means “pleased”: feeling, showing, or causing  pleasure or satisfaction.  There is also a connotation of “lucky”. Does “pleased” or “satisfied” mean we feel joy all the […]