I truly love what I do and my passion really reflects in my teaching style - energetic, stimulating and highly communicative. My education background and prolific teaching experience qualifies me to work with students of any age (3 to 70+ years) and level (beginner to diploma) effectively.
Fluent in English, Cantonese and Man Dari
Master of Music, Royal College of Music (London)
Bachelor of Music, University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
ARCT Performer’s Diploma, Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto)
I enjoy helping my students discover the fun and beauty in music, and also help some of them rediscover their interest in piano. I always aim to inspire their creativity during lessons. It is also important for me to have a positive influence to my students. Some of my adult students have become friends and many of younger students have maintained a longlasting relationship with me.
Not yet but the simple platform of correspondences between me as a customer and the tutor is recommended. That’s from my initial question for a piano tutor to the point I agree and say hire great. Thank you.
I take lessons 2 times a week. Wendy is an exceptional teacher and an outstanding piano performer studied in one of the best conservatories in the world - Royal College of Music in London.
She is regular so far.
I would schedule a trial lesson to see whether the student and I are a good match. We would talk about goals and expectations. I’ve worked with many different students before, so during the trial lesson, I could give precise insights immediately on how I could help.
I have plenty of experience in performing publicly, and I have a master’s degree in Piano Performance from one of the world’s leading music colleges so I am qualified to teach advanced students. I also have 10 years of teaching experience and have actually started my career teaching beginners and kids. I consider myself to be very versatile and flexible with what my students require.
Please text me (408)813-4335 or email me at [email protected]
I’ve had some wonderful mentors since I was a child, and I always knew that one day I would be just like them. I eventually started when I was a master’s student in London and have been loving it since.
I’ve worked with students from 3 to 70+ years old and of all levels. Around 50% of my students prefer a more systematic training for short term goals like exams and competitions, whereas the other 50% is learning for enjoyment.
Schedule a trial and experience whether the teacher is engaging and is able to communicate effectively. Every student is different so the teacher needs to be versaile and flexible to specific personalities and expectations.