Some highlight pix here
We had a great afternoon in Kirkland Performance Center on Jun 13 2018
Our two senior students Sterling Yun DipABRSM and Rachel Lau ARSM gave an inspiring special recital after 3 afternoon sessions of recitals. Thanks for all students and parents who attended.
Our international Diploma students this school year includes:
Jacinda Eng ARSM
Rachel Lau ARSM
Alan Li ARSM
Sterling Yun DipABRSM
Rita Luk DipABRSM
Jacinda Eng DipABRSM
more updates to come…
We had over 40 students participated in the private lessons, master class and group classes. 2 mins video highlight here.
photo album here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/99027896@N06/albums/72157693238691952
Thank you and happy playings!
Everything is hard before it’s easy.
You’d feel x10 times happier, fulfilled and accomplished after trying. In piano world it takes years but the end results is so worth it.
Have you ever wonder what kind of keyboards your pieces were written on?
Love this. Just spent 13 mins watching this.
Contents: 0. Introduction [0:00] 1. Listen and study scores [1:59] 2. Sight-reading at least 20 min. a day [4:29] 3. Read about music (biographies of composers, music history books, etc.) [5:32] 4. Go to live concerts, listen to professional performances of all instruments, not just piano [6:17] 5. Record and critique yourself [7:15] 6. Guard your practice time (plan your time, write the schedule). Remember the idea that you start getting good at something after 10 000 hours of practice [8:06] 7. Scales and arpeggios!!! All keys should be equally comfortable for you [9:16] 8. Improvise and compose [10:52] 9. Go straight at your weaknesses in music [11:46] 10. Discuss music with other musicians [12:37]