Tutors

lillian-w-frame-201x300 copyHead Tutor

Lillian Cheng

- Graduate Bachelor of Music, 2004
– Conservatorium Hobart , Tasmania
– Registered AMEB Teacher
– Member of the Music Teacher Association NSW

Tutor experience: 10 years

Piano experience: 30 years

Specialise in: Classical Piano

Teaching method: Individual (private) lessons only.

Background Information:

I am currently a piano teacher in Newcastle, located in Adamstown Heights. I grew up learning the piano in Taiwan and eventually migrated to Australia in 2000. I then commenced immediate studies of higher education in Tasmania Conservatorium Hobart. There I studied Bachelor of Music for four years, completing and graduating from my studies in 2004. I have since been tutoring students of all ages and skill levels since arriving in Australia and have moved inter-state to Newcastle, where I run my own music studio providing private piano lesson at my own home. For the past 10 years i have established a strong presence in the music tutors community and the local community and have now within selected local primary schools providing private piano lessons and group keyboard lessons. I am also a registered AMEB music teacher and have guided many students through AMEB exams.

 

 

kim-w-frame-201x300 copyTutor, Administrator & DJ

Kim Brent

Tutor Experience: 8

Piano Experience: 30 years

Specialise in: Piano (Classical, Blues, Boogie, Pop, Improv), Music Theory

Teaching Method: Individual (private) lessons only.

Background Information:

I grew up in Merewether learning the piano from the age of 5 years. I have played in restaurants, concerts, weddings etc and sat for practical and theory tests run through AMEB. My whole life has revolved around music ranging from piano, drums, guitars, parties, nightclubs, DJing etc till the present where I still play the piano for recreational pleasure and enjoy any music I can produce, play or listen to. I also have recording facilities to help students focus on their practical skills, finesse, and most of all, their technique. Being a piano teacher in Newcastle I believe it is very important to search around for the right teacher. Not only look for a teacher that has good rates but definitely a teacher who has the experience and qualification as a lot of teachers will only learn to a certain level and believe they have the knowledge and skills to teach others. Where as this may be the case however they will also lack in the knowledge that is vital to understand music to its full degree.