Our Featured Teachers


Ms Jasmine

I teach piano and music theory. I studied both practical piano and music theory from a very young age, and am familiar with numerous international music examination syllabi including the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) and Trinity College London. I have given solo piano performances and entered music competitions such as the Boroondara Eisteddfod.

I believe that music plays a very big role in our lives. To quote Academy Award winner English composer, Malcolm Arnold CBE, “Music is the social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is.”

To have the opportunity to learn music is one of the best gifts anyone can receive. I hope to share my passion for music with our students by exposing them to this world of music, by motivating and guiding them to develop their own musical ability. I hope that, in turn, they will one day share their music with the world.




Ms Nicole

I started learning music at age 6 with piano and music theory lessons, vocal training at age 8, and bamboo flute lessons at age 13.

I have achieved my piano grade examinations, and am familiar with the Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) examinations.

I enjoy playing music, have performed in concerts and accompanied students for their AMEB examinations. I love to share my music with others and inspire a love of music in our music school students by making their lessons enjoyable as well as challenging them to reach their full potential.







Ms Carmen

I began learning piano at the age of 5. attaining piano grade 8 ABRSM and grade 5 ABRSM theory several years ago.

With my music degree, I have developed a broad understanding of music, an extensive knowledge of music theory, classical music history and culture. Other than working on solo piano repertoires, I also enjoy playing in ensembles, and have experience in playing with different instrumentalists and ensemble groups.

I am a passionate and experienced piano teacher. I am proficient in communicating in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Sharing music with others is one of my passions and dreams. Therefore, I hope to continue my life making music.




Ms Jan

I have been learning both practical piano and music theory since the age of ten, and graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Diploma in Music in 2011. I started teaching private piano lessons since I was in high school and find it extremely rewarding to see my students improve and share the same enjoyment of music and piano as me.

Besides playing the piano, I have a passion for all types of musical genres and have participated in multiple ensembles/bands playing different kinds of music, including the Chao Feng Chinese Orchestra (as a percussionist), Jazz Band (as a pianist), Concert Band (as a saxophonist), and many others. I always try to bring a fun and enjoyable atmosphere to my classes, whilst also being educational. This way, my students are able to see the improvement in their technical and creative musical skills.




Ms Michelle

It has been 15 years since my fingers first touched the black and white keys of a piano. Since then, I have achieved Distinction in ABRSM Piano Grade 8 and graduated SACE Year 12 music with the highest grade in class. I have undertaken piano studies to Diploma level. I love performing and sharing the joy of music with others. I was the runner up in Malaysian Youth Music Festival as a piano soloist. I have been invited to perform numerous time during my Australian high school journey.

I am passionate in sharing what I know with others to the best of my ability. I like to learn and grow alongside my students, empowering them to learn and have fun at the same time. I strive to inspire my students to experience the same joy that I feel when playing the piano. I believe that music can truly enrich their own lives and countless others'.