The "average" child of today often learns at least one instrument and participates in sports or musical ensembles, in addition to other school and extracurricular activities.
Now, imagine if your child could learn an extraordinary skill applicable in all aspects of life; that helps them become truly great at what they do. Imagine a skill that allows your child to complete learning tasks at a fraction of the time compared to their peers; a skill that pushed musicians like Joshua Bell, Yundi Li, and Lang Lang, athletes like Jerry Rice, Michael Jordan, and Michael Phelps, comedian Chris Rock, Benjamin Franklin, and Warren Buffet, just to name a few, into the upper echelon of their respective fields.
Did they all take piano lessons? Most likely not. But the one common skill that propelled them to greatness can be learned and honed through piano lessons under the guidance of a knowledgeable and strategic piano teacher with an intimate understanding of this method of learning.
My goal in lessons at my piano studio is to introduce the different parts of this method through various aspects of piano learning, to get your child accustomed to this learning method, little by little, in their daily practice sessions. And in time, make it second nature to the way your child works so that they can apply the same principles to other parts of their life.
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Music Teachers' Association of California
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From Kevin Kao's faculty evaluations during his two years teaching at San Diego State, his charismatic nature, passion for piano, and ability to create a fun learning atmosphere quickly emerge as common threads among his student evaluations.
My 6-years-old daughter takes private piano lessons with Ms. Tsai and group class with Ms. Clare. Their music material is systematic and they are experienced in teaching young kids. Annabelle progresses steadily and gains confidence from the encouragements of Ms. Clare and Ms. Tsai. I feel Annabelle gets lots of individual attention from them, which she might not have in YAMAHA or other franchise commercial music school.