Peter Piano Lessons

Peter Piano Lessons

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1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

As a professional pianist, its my duty to let people to like and willing to learn the piano and the music, since I was a kid, I started to get serious traning in classical piano, and I believe my learing and teaching experience can let the student understand the piano easily and fell in love with the piano playing.

Ping-Wei Ho(Peter Ho) born in Hsinchu County, Taiwan. He started learning piano at the age of 7, and has attended music program in Dongmang elementary school, Jianhua junior high school and graduated with the highest honor including performe concerto with the school orchestra. After he finished his first year in Hsinchu senior high school, he went to study at walnut hill school for the arts in the United States.

As a piano soloist as well as a collaborator, Ping-Wei has performed in recitals and music festivals in the United States, Canada, Korea and Taiwan such as Chinese performing arts music festival, Bowdoin music festival, Orford music festival, Hsinchu National Culture Center, Kaohsiung National Culture Center, WGBH studios in Boston, O-Bank Performing Center, Keiter Center, NEC Jordan Hall.

He has won several national and international competitions including Yamaha Piano Competition Youth Division,Taiwanese National Student Competition of Music National Musical Competition of Baroque Piano Competition,TSMC Piano Competition, NEC Piano Honor Competition and Pro Artist International Competition

He holds Bachelor`s degree in Piano Performance from New England Conservatory and has been awarded Deans scholarships and NEC merit grant. His teachers include Randy Hodgkinson, Meng-Chieh Liu, Hong-Kuan Chen, Bi-xian Chen, Stephen Hough, Robert Levin, Minsoo Sohn, and Alexander Korsantia. Currently, he is a master student at New England Conservatory and studying with Randy Hodgkinson. 

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Boston, MA 02115
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  • Alice

    Responsible teacher with high talent and clear explanation of the music.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

As a professional trained musician, I will try to understand how is the student's feeling about music, and I will determain how to work with each of them after knowing their level, and I will find the most suitable and interesting way to let the student learn the piano, and I think it is very important to let student able to learn in the best way.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?


Walnut Hill School For The Arts: September 2011-2014

New England Conservatory BM: September 2014-2018

New England Conservatory MM: September 2018-2020


Attend to The 20th Annual Music Festival at Walnut Hill by Foundation For Chinese Performing Art in 2011

Attend to The 22nd Annual Music Festival at Walnut Hill by Foundation For Chinese Performing 

Art in 2013

Attend Orford Music Festival in summer 2015 

Attend to Bowdoin Music Festival in summer 2016 


What types of students have you worked with?

professional music students, students with amature piano playing, no learning experience students