Take Learning the Piano beyond the Practice Room

We all know that learning an instrument benefits us, encompassing health, mental cognitive capacity, and social and psychological aspects. It has therapeutic effects to helping children with autism, dyslexia, or can even help to de-stress you after a long hard day at work or school. It also offers to enrich your quality of life overall... Continue Reading →

Great reasons to practice Pianissimo……

In my recent blog called Piano Practice regarded as a Nuisance? I would like to take this opportunity to re-consider our practice approach. Besides my busy teaching schedules, I am always pleased and delighted to sit down after dinner to practice my repertoires. So many of us (piano teachers) can easily brush aside our own... Continue Reading →

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