Piano Beginners Series

Tuesday June 14th, 2016

About Our Piano Beginner Course

Our “Music on Wings: Piano Beginner Course” is an all-in- one piano program that provides a comprehensive training in all aspects of music learning: playing, listening, singing, reading, writing, improvising and composing.
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)!
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 […]
Saturday March 26th, 2016

Palm Knuckle Activation

This post is about why the activation of palm knuckles is important and how one can train their palm muscles for more effective and efficient piano playing.
Tuesday February 16th, 2016

Common Questions on Music Learning and Piano Lessons (Part II)

What happens in a piano lesson? Piano lessons should include more than learning a few pieces and some scales for an upcoming exam or competition. First of all, the lessons should be pre-planned and well structured, according to the progress plan made by the teacher with further discussion with parents and students.
Sunday February 14th, 2016

Common Questions on Music/Piano Lessons (Part I)

Listening to music is one of the greatest joys in life. Making music gives us an even more profound sense of enjoyment and a deeper understanding of this universal language. Providing yourself/your children with a musical education is a wonderful gift of a lifetime. For decades, different studies show both explicitly and subtly the many benefits of music learning, including improving IQ and enhancing children’s learning capability in all areas of learning even in academic subjects like mathematics and languages. Piano training is in fact a great way to train one’s mind and discipline, and requires both physical and mental coordination...
Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

Afterthoughts on Student Concert 2016

I’m very glad that our annual student concert has come to a fruitful completion last Sunday.  Here I’d like to take this opportunity to thank […]
Wednesday December 16th, 2015

Chantelle: G Major Waltz

Chantelle is playing my composition, “G Major Waltz” from our piano beginner program (Semester 2). It sounds wonderful, isn’t it?    
Friday December 11th, 2015

Communication: An Essential for Success at the Piano

I always welcome feedback from the parents of my students (and now of my teachers’ students as well), whether that be a concern or question […]
Saturday November 21st, 2015

Practice Guide for Piano Beginners (Kids/Adults)

I always get asked about how much time a student should spend on practice. For me, I understand the busy schedule of a kid /adult, […]
Thursday October 29th, 2015

Piano Beginner Course

This video explains our popular and well-rounded piano beginner course, great for adults and kids!
Tuesday October 13th, 2015

Student Concert and Performance Opportunities

  Every year we organise a student concert, and it usually occurs on the third or last week of January (we want to avoid organising […]
Saturday October 10th, 2015

Trust and Respect

We - principal, teachers, staff, students and parents - must learn to respect one another in the course of our music journey together.
Thursday October 1st, 2015

Custom made piano program

Custom made piano program This program is perfect for the busy professionals who have a rather full schedule and want to learn how to play […]
Thursday September 10th, 2015

Piano Scales Video Series

  I am compiling a series of scale videos for you – whether a beginner or a student of graded levels – as a reference. […]