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Bachelor Degree: New England Conservatory of Music
Graduate Degree: Jacobs School of Music
2017 Finalist of the New York International Piano Competition
2017-2019 Full Scholarship recipient of Jacobs School of Music
2017-2019 Associate Instructor in Piano of Jacobs School of Music
2015 First Prize Winner of Boston Honors Piano Competition
-Enthusiastic, friendly and responsible for student's music growth.
-Able to help you quickly learn your favorite songs or pieces in any genre.
-Able to help you successfully pass any kind of piano exams, like ABRSM all levels.
-No discrimination. All races, ages and genders are accepted.
As a professional pianist and piano teacher, I keep refining my own piano playing in every aspect like fingers technique, phrases directions and how to depict different musical style flowing naturally from my mind to fingers. I believe, a great student comes from a great teacher. How great the teacher play the piano and the method he/she know, how well his/her students can achieve or even become better.
-4 years of professional piano teaching experience, which including 2 years as an Associate Instructor in Jacobs School of Music and 1 year in New York City.
-Former students received distinction scores in ABRSM level 1 and 2 just after half of a year's studying.
-Former college students had a high pass rate for the Piano Proficiency Exam of Jacobs School of Music, one of the hardest piano exams to pass.
-96% satisfaction from college students' anonymous feedback.
-2017-2019, the official Piano Instructor of the Young Pianist Academy School.
-Practicing is important, but the most essential way to improve is to USING THE CORRECT METHOD TO PRACTICE.
-A wrong way to practice the piano might lead a dead end no matter how long you spend on the piano, but a good method will cost you less than half the energy to yield the best result in piano playing.
-I use the simplest and correct methods to help you play the piano, which was discovered and summarized by my piano knowledge and experience combined with my professors' guideline which was from the Juilliard School, New England Conservatory and the Jacobs School of Music.
-Easy going, enthusiastic, responsible, truly care about the growth of a student's music ideas, fingers techniques, and love each of my students with care and sincerity.
-Using an as easy as possible language to explain the hardest technique knowledge points in playing the piano. How to seat, how to raise hands, how the wrists can help forming a beautiful musical phrase, how to relax, how to improve techniques, how to play fast and clear.
-Customized teaching method for each student which will help the students to exert their best potential music ability with their unique hands condition and musical acceptance ability.
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