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About Us

About THE PIANO SOLUTION

 

At the Piano Solution, we help our students efficiently learn music while cultivating a sense of passionate and interest in its artistry. We encourage every child to open their mind to fresh experiences through music appreciation and understanding. 

 

The Academy Director, Ms. Vicky Ma, along with our carefully selected team of experienced teachers strive to enableeach student to blossom and attain their fullest potential in the shortest amount of time. We do so with refreshing and efficient pedagogy methods, staying current on the latest musical examination requirements from ABRSM, music theory, aural skills and playing techniques. Every student receives lessons individually tailored to his/her interests and learning abilities to expedite their mastery of the piano.

 

There’s no better place for your child to grow their musical talent quickly. Learn with us at The Piano Solution.

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OUR TEAM

Ma Wei

Ma Wei

Music Director

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Ernest Chin

Ernest Chin

Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan

Born and grown up from a musical family, I always remember how my parents and all my highly rated teacher teaching me the piano. Thus, I always love to teach my students like how my teachers taught me. I always love to analysis the music with a very simple way to let my students learn a new music much more quicker and understand why the composer compose that. I treat all my students as a very good friend and love to share my musical journey and life to my students.

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Grace Chin

Grace Chin

University of Malaya, Malaysia

I wish my students can have an enjoyable time during their piano lessons. To me, learning doesn’t have to be dull and boring, so I will put effort to make my music lessons fun and engaging by telling stories and induce students’ imagination on the pieces that they are about to play so that they can have a better understanding on the musical shaping and expression.

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Lin Cheng Hsin

Lin Cheng Hsin

Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan

My teaching policy is to patiently cultivate students' interest and knowledge in music, at the same time strictly require students to be equipped with basic skills to build a strong foundation for students. With interesting explanation and fun teaching, students can develop imagination by creating images in relation sound, thus preventing boredom and loss of motivation throughout the process of learning. In addition to classical music, the repertoire will also be paired with pop songs to strengthen sight reading and enhance the students' mastery in a variety of different musical styles.

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Christine Natalie

Christine Natalie

National University of Singapore

A music lesson is an experience like non other. In my class, I incorporate historical insights and draw strings to other relevant musical subjects such as composers, periodic events, allowing students to grow into understanding the music they play, adding a new dimension of comprehension. Thus, when they are playing a song, it’s like telling a beautiful story.

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Ong Wei Shin

Ong Wei Shin

Trinity ATCL

I aim to motivate and guide my students towards success, however I also want them to have fun. I teach according to my students' needs to keep things interesting.

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Tan Kee Chin

Tan Kee Chin

University of Malaya, Malaysia

In my lesson, both classical and pop music are important. The history of classical music will provide students with a variety of repertoire from different periods to obtain a strong technical and musical foundation; pop music on the other hand allows students to be able to enjoy and keep up with the ever changing trend of music, as well as stimulate and awaken the creativity in students. In general, students will be able to learn and appreciate music from both classical and pop music, allowing them a more holistic growth in their journey of music.

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Kathrine Leong

Kathrine Leong

UCSI University, Malaysia

I often incorporate games in my teaching as I believe "learn through playing" makes learning more fun and effective. Besides teaching piano, I also stretch a lot on the practice tips and encouraging my students not only look and play, but also listen and sing more to strengthen their overall musical skills.

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Tu Wan Lin

Tu Wan Lin

Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan

For me, teaching is like treating a disease — judging the child's weaknesses and prescribing the right medicine. In addition, through a large number of visual exercises, the children's practice speed is comprehensively improved, coupled with fixed assignments of practice and finger-focused training, combined with the pop songs to ensure that the children's path of learning the piano is fast and stable.

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Teh Yan Shin

Teh Yan Shin

The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

I believe every individual is musical and unique. 
By creating a safe, non-judgmental and inspiring learning environment, a musical and creative self can be nurtured. A student’s effort is more valuable than his ability. When coupled with a properly taught foundation, your child would be able to progress effectively and musically. Hence, it is my best interest to deliver quality music education that sparks curiosity among my students. I look forward to the process of growth and music making with all my students!

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Lin Te-En

Lin Te-En

Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan

Chinese musician Fou T'song once said: "To be a successful pianist, you need to first be a successful musician; to be a successful artist, you need to first be a successful person." 

As a teacher, teaching is not only about passing on techniques, but most importantly it is about cultivating a positive attitude towards life. Just like how Mencius once said, "It confounds his undertakings. By all these methods it stimulates his mind, hardens his nature, and supplies his incompetencies." Through vigorous training, I would also like to cultivate the attitude of positiveness, perseverance, and the spirit of not giving up until you achieve your goals.

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Liu Anyu

Liu Anyu

Harbin Normal University, China

I believe that self-interest is the best teacher. I will design my teaching plans according to the student's musical ability and foundation, in order to cultivate the student's interest in music. I will also stress the importance of good practicing habits. When learning piano, it's not only about learning a piece of music, but also the musical skills and expressions involved, so that the student would have a pleasurable learning experience.

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Ang Yuen Wee

Ang Yuen Wee

UCSI University, Malaysia

For me, music is to inspire. As a quote commonly attributed to Plato goes, 'It (music) gives a soul to the Universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, gaiety and life to everything.'

Through music lessons, I hope students will be able to grow not only fluent with a musical instrument, but will be able to learn how to appreciate beauty, to express themselves, and ultimately, be inspired to live a more fulfilling life.

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Chang Wan Wen

Chang Wan Wen

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Children have a full time occupation. It’s called Play! I will keep my lesson interesting and I want my student to be fun in their musical journey. Apart from classical music, I believe student should learn whatever genre of music they like. I believe this is one of the way for them to express themselves through their music and keep their interest on learning music.

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Kang Kat Ying

Kang Kat Ying

Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore

I believe everyone is born with a unique musical ability and varying degrees of musical sensitivity and proclivity. I feel that the responsibility of a music educator is to guide and encourage a person to be able to develop their musical perception towards which to strive. Therefore, I hope I can achieve more experiences with students and discover more different interesting teaching styles to indicate in music lessons.

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Cheng Lei

Cheng Lei

Dr. Hoch's Conservatory, Germany

Everyone is unique. As a violin teacher, I need to get through to my students and make individual study plans for them to help them achieve their own goals. Learning music is like a lifelong journey, once you’re part of this journey, you’ll find that you can learn more than only music

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Ong Sin Yee

Ong Sin Yee

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Music education can help spark a child's imagination or ignite a lifetime of passion. As an educator, I committed to provide a solid education and instill appreciation in all students. I believe in getting to know my students and adapting lessons according to their unique learning styles and goals. I don't use a prescribed "system", but rather tailor each student's curriculum to them individually.  Whether or not students become famous opera stars or concert pianists does not interest me as much as their ability and willingness to sing a lullaby to their future children. 

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Iayein Lee

Iayein Lee

Chengdu University, Sichuan China

University of Malaya, Malaysia

In my lesson, I will emphasize on the freedom of expression apart for the technical development of the student. By using various methods to stimulate the creative and expressive minds of the students, I aim to cultivate students who are able to understand, appreciate and enjoy music in a bigger scale. This will allow students to see music as part of life, instead of just a lesson.

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Leon Kwan

Leon Kwan

Technological University Dublin, Ireland

As a piano teacher, I always encourage students to be curious and be brave to explore more possibilities in music. I believe everyone is unique in their own way, therefore an individual study plan is a must for each of my students. In my lesson, I will be focused on the understanding of each composition, the development of pianistic technique, and the freedom of expression in music.

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Chow Qian

Chow Qian

UCSI University, Malaysia

I aim to inspire my students through music and make learning fun for them. Besides teaching classical music, I also teach contemporary music. I believe that learning two different music genres will improve students' musicality and also increase their musical knowledge.

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Hii Yi Qing

Hii Yi Qing

UCSI University, Malaysia

Music is the source of joy - a medicine that heals our soul and a language that bonds us together. I hope that my students will be able to find the joy of learning music: It's about playing, not performing.

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Grace Ee

Grace Ee

National Academy of Arts, Culture and Heritage, Malaysia

For me, music is a very important friend, it accompany me walking slowly until now. Music is a source of happiness. Although the learning progress is ups and downs, but what comes out later is always happy.

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Bernard Toe

Bernard Toe

University of Malaya, Malaysia

I was once a music student myself. I strongly believe that learning music is not only about techniques and the discipline in practising. But it is also about enjoying the process of learning and loving music. I will nurture my students with patience and care, guiding them to their best interest towards music.

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Chloe Tan

Chloe Tan

UCSI University, Malaysia

The world is in great need of more music education. When students play music, it allows a part of their artistic mind to express itself, which is very important in helping to balance a child intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally.

My teaching philosophy is to guide, not to feed music education to students, as I want them to understand and feel the music independently by themselves.

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Christine Yap

Christine Yap

UCSI University, Malaysia

Learning music shouldn't be like cooking instant noodles. I believe music should be taught in a logical and sequential manner. Through lesson planning, I ensure my students are learning musical in a fun, engaging, and systematic way.  

 

 

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Tew Jing Jong

Tew Jing Jong

Royal College of Music, London

Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), Singapore

Music should be fun and challenging at the same time. I believe that learning music encourages students to be curious and making music explores the possibilities in expression. It is always about the journey and growth, be it in music or in life.

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Ma Song Jun

Ma Song Jun

University of Malaya, Malaysia

For me, playing music is very fun, no matter classical,pop or jazz music. I like to explore fun teaching methods and teach my students in a more interesting way. I also encourage my students to be more creative when they play the violin.

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Faustina Kow

Faustina Kow

UCSI University, Malaysia

Journeying with children's learning progress has been my biggest joy!
Traveling with children in their music path has been my greatest happiness!

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Zou Mengna

Zou Mengna

National University of Singapore

Music is the greatest joy in life; music is a clear spring in life; music is a melting pot of temperament.

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