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Best of 2022
17 years in business

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Emily Chen, studied piano and music from Mr.Soh for 13 years since she was 5 and now going to Harvard University Fall of 2011.
Dear Ken,Thank you so much for teaching me piano for 13 years!  I still remember learning staccatos for the first time and our first recital and now my recording of my own CD and arranging my song! ...Thank you so much for sharing with me not only the skills but how to enjoy playing, interpreting the stories behind each piece, and show musicianship.  For that, you have been much more than just a great piano teacher.  Thanks again and I will definitely keep you updated on college. 
Emily Chen​, Harvard graduate
Dear Ken, Thank you for teaching me what music is really about. You not only helped me pick out pieces, learn, practice, and play them, but you definitely also taught me the ideas and musical meaning behind them. You also helped me lay down a firm foundation so I could later on express myself without worrying about the stability of the piece. New Bright Future really helped me improve by setting higher goals for me and helping me achieve my full potential. Thank you again for all of the work that you have put in! Cassie Huang  (1st Prize winner of MTNA Senior Competition)


I enjoy seeing students succeed in their pursuit of music and enjoy the gift of music for life.  I also enjoy seeing students use their musical gifts to bless the community.

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Omaha, NE 68109
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  • Stephen F. Eulie

    My family and I moved to Omaha from New Jersey ten years ago and found ourselves in need of an expert piano instructor for our children. My wife and I have nine children and believe that music in a important element in a well rounded, early education. So, we've had experience with a number of music professionals over the course of our family life. There have been good ones, and so-so-good ones, and I can freely admit that Mr. Soh is the best. Why? He does an excellent job teaching basic skills as a foundation. My older daughter Stephanie told us that even though she had studied under two other instructors prior to Mr. Soh, it was under his guidance that she truly began to fully understand the art of piano. Mr. Soh takes the time and effort to share his very significant talent and knowledge with his students. He cares about them, and wants to provide them the building blocks they will need to develop their skills over a lifetime. It is important to recognize that it is not always easy to teach young people how to read and play music; there are always so many distractions. Through his persistence and patience Mr. Soh always finds a way to communicate and educate his students, and to help them reach their full potential as musicians. I have know Ken for ten years and recommend him highly and without reservation. He is a good man and any student would be privileged to have him as a teacher of piano.


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

We take time to understand the students and find out what their strengths and weaknesses, expectations, and dream and help them grow from where they are.

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

Advance graduate degrees in music and piano performance, award winning students details please see:

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How did you get started teaching?

Teaching is my passion and I love to see students success in their pursue of music.

What types of students have you worked with?

All kinds from 3 years old, regular school ages students, college kids, to adult retirees.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Our New Bright Future Recital and concert

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Attend their recital and see how their students are doing.  

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Why they want to take lesson?

What is their expectations.