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[:en]The Ultimate Solution to Your Success at the Piano[:zh]新的一年, 新的挑戰[:]

[:en]Are you always frustrated with constant practice but not enough improvement in your playing? Do you know you actually have so much more potential to grow and progress? Do you want to play so well that you surprise and surpass your old self (/old teacher) ?

Here is the ultimate solution to change the way you play, to pass the exam you want, and to reach your utmost potential.

(The same goes for your children).

Let’s GO!


我時常收到大家和學生的詢問有關怎樣去找有用的資料去寫筆試programme notes 和預備口試viva voce。今天這個video直接讓大家跟我一起看看我怎樣search吧!




[:en]Piano Clinic [:zh]鋼琴診所[:]

[:en]Piano Clinic is a one-off consultation service provided by Miss Teresa Wong. This is a great opportunity for piano students who need extra help and guidance prior to any big major music events such as piano exams (graded or diplomas), auditions, competitions and performance. It is also a great time for piano teachers who needs some guidance on teaching their own students. Topics of consultation can range from exam preparation (pieces, viva voce, programme notes), technique problem, repertoire choice, to teaching issues. Contact us today to make an appointment with Miss Wong!




Body Awareness

Recently I am trying to explore more on how to bring students’ attention towards engaging their bodies in the playing.

What do I mean by “body awareness”?

In piano playing, especially in the initial stage of the learning process, many teachers and students place their focus on the fingers and hand shape etc. It is not wrong, and in fact it is quintessential that one should have proper finger stand, in addition to a firm hand grip and right control of the palm muscles. Yet, without the incorporation of the whole body and the energy transfer from it, one’s playing is to a certain extent limited.

In this video, I show briefly how you can start incorporating some body movement into your playing. It is of utmost importance that one should feel free and movable (as opposed to being rigid) at the piano.

Cheers and until next time,

Teresa Wong

P.S. Please give me some comments on the video and/or any other related videos/posts as I have recently received quite some positive feedback on videos especially regarding this topic, thank you.