Wednesday August 23rd, 2017

Short Online Courses for Piano Teachers/Diploma Students

We are now introducing new online courses and taking enrolment until the spaces are all filled. Here are the courses and short description:  Course 1. How to […]
Friday August 11th, 2017

(中文) 計劃你的鋼琴練習 (II)

Sorry, this entry is only available in 中文.
Saturday July 22nd, 2017

How to set up your music studio: Purpose of your teaching

Wednesday July 19th, 2017

How to build a successful music/piano studio (II)

     
Monday July 17th, 2017

How to build a successful music/piano studio?

A lot of readers asked me this question. I get it, it’s hard to promote yourself. It’s even embarrassing, because we are musicians/pianists, we are […]
Wednesday June 7th, 2017

Online Piano Consultation Lessons

Dear All, I now announce that I will be exclusively conducting online consultation sessions from July 2017 onwards until stated otherwise. Topics related to piano […]
Friday November 4th, 2016

Successful Piano Teaching: Step I

Do you want to become a successful piano teacher? How do you define success in your teaching career? Let’s talk about the first step to […]
Thursday March 31st, 2016

Why am I so passionate about piano teaching and piano technique

Why am I so passionate about piano teaching and piano technique ? I think it deserves elaboration on the answer to such question.
Tuesday October 6th, 2015

The Responsibilities of a True Piano Teacher

Teaching students, especially young children, requires a lot of patience and compassion on top of expertise. As a piano teacher, the way you communicate directly […]
Monday September 21st, 2015

On becoming a great teacher

On becoming a great teacher
Monday August 10th, 2015

Piano Beginner Series: (2) Piano Technique and Body Movement

Piano Beginner Series: (2) Piano Technique and Body Movement Miss Teresa Wong writes about the importance of body movement and awareness in piano playing.
Monday August 3rd, 2015

Passion and Devotion in Piano Teaching

Passion and Devotion in Piano Teaching "Nothing comes easy. Any great work - teaching or playing - requires hard work and dedication. If one aspires to build a great career in teaching, one must put much effort and time in it. Just as if one wants to play well at the the piano, one must put heart and soul into it. There is nothing in between. However much effort you put in will determine however much result you get. It is truly that simple."
Friday February 27th, 2015

Piano Teaching

  Yesterday we had started our piano pedagogy course (level I) again. As usual I was very excited to meet another new group of student-teachers […]
Tuesday May 6th, 2014

On Musical Expression 怎樣去表達音樂的情感 : Brahms (I)

Friday May 2nd, 2014

About our upcoming piano pedagogy course 有關鋼琴教學課程