I teach piano mainly at Legato Music School (Hougang, Singapore). Click here to find out more about the music school.
I also teach piano at my home studio (Khatib, Singapore). My home studio is 3 minutes’ walk from Khatib MRT station. Here, I have a Yamaha upright acoustic piano and a Yamaha 88-key digital piano. I conduct individual and group (of 2) lessons in my home studio.
Here are what you can expect if you / your child signs up for piano lessons at my house:
Comprehensive curriculum (includes classical pieces, pop songs, scales, composition, listening, theory, music appreciation, solfege etc.)
Modern teaching tools (include Piano Adventure method books, ipad apps, recording tools, accompaniment tracks, pop music lead sheets etc.)
Structured programme (with clear learning goals for each grade)
Tailored to individual (learn at own pace, suggest songs you want to play)
Option to take exam, though not compulsory
Committed and patient full-time piano teacher
With 10 years teaching experience
Conducive environment (air-conditioned room)
If you / your child is keen to have piano lessons with me, do drop me a message in the contact form.
Here is my studio policy:
- Lesson will be held at teacher’s place. Location can be student’s place if it is within walking distance from Khatib MRT station. If lesson is held at student’s place, there will be a traveling charge of $20 every 4 lessons.
- Fees are to be paid on the first lesson of each set of 4 lessons.
- Additional cost for lesson books will be incurred by student.
- No lesson conducted on public holidays.
- There can only be a maximum of 5 lesson cancellations per year. Full lesson fee will have to be paid from the 6th cancellation onwards.
- For rescheduling of lessons, please call to give notice at least 1 day in advance. Full lesson fee will have to be paid for last minute rescheduling. The only exception is when there is a medical certificate.
- In case if I have to cancel lesson (which rarely happens), students can choose to have a make-up lesson (at usual charge) or not (skip lesson with no penalty).
(Above photo taken by Miki Yoshihito. Click here for photo link.)