Our Featured Teachers


Ms Jasmine

I teach piano and music theory. I studied both practical piano and music theory from a very young age, and am familiar with numerous international music examination syllabi including the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) and Trinity College London. I have given solo piano performances and entered music competitions such as the Boroondara Eisteddfod.

I believe that music plays a very big role in our lives. To quote Academy Award winner English composer, Malcolm Arnold CBE, “Music is the social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is.”

To have the opportunity to learn music is one of the best gifts anyone can receive. I hope to share my passion for music with our students by exposing them to this world of music, by motivating and guiding them to develop their own musical ability. I hope that, in turn, they will one day share their music with the world.




Ms Tanya

I started learning piano when I was 5 years old, completing all my AMEB exams in piano a few years ago. I also learnt clarinet from the age of 10 and completed my AMEB exams in my second instrument too. I was a member of various music groups such as the orchestra, symphonic wind band and clarinet ensemble.

I have a strong passion for music and love to share it with others. I try to provide my students with the fun and exciting experience I had when learning music, while also helping them to develop their skills to allow them to play to the best of their abilities. I am an experienced teacher and find joy in helping others learn new things.






Ms Nicole

I started learning music at age 6 with piano and music theory lessons, vocal training at age 8, and bamboo flute lessons at age 13.

I have achieved my piano grade examinations, and am familiar with the Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) examinations.

I enjoy playing music, have performed in concerts and accompanied students for their AMEB examinations. I love to share my music with others and inspire a love of music in our music school students by making their lessons enjoyable as well as challenging them to reach their full potential.







Ms Michelle

It has been over a decade since my fingers first touched the black and white keys of a piano. Since then, I have achieved Distinction in ABRSM Piano Grade 8 and graduated SACE Year 12 music with the highest grade in class. I have undertaken piano studies to Diploma level. I love performing and sharing the joy of music with others. I was the runner up in Malaysian Youth Music Festival as a piano soloist. I have been invited to perform numerous time during my Australian high school journey.

I am passionate in sharing what I know with others to the best of my ability. I like to learn and grow alongside my students, empowering them to learn and have fun at the same time. I strive to inspire my students to experience the same joy that I feel when playing the piano. I believe that music can truly enrich their own lives and countless others'.




Ms Jan

I have been learning both practical piano and music theory since the age of ten, and graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Diploma in Music in 2011. I started teaching private piano lessons since I was in high school and find it extremely rewarding to see my students improve and share the same enjoyment of music and piano as me.

Besides playing the piano, I have a passion for all types of musical genres and have participated in multiple ensembles/bands playing different kinds of music, including the Chao Feng Chinese Orchestra (as a percussionist), Jazz Band (as a pianist), Concert Band (as a saxophonist), and many others. I always try to bring a fun and enjoyable atmosphere to my classes, whilst also being educational. This way, my students are able to see the improvement in their technical and creative musical skills.