Piano@SPRING

Laying the foundations

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  • Piano@SPRING combines best practices adopted from the renowned Suzuki philosophy with traditional teaching methods to deliver a joyful learning experience that aims to instill a lifelong love of music.
  • The programme is instrumental specific and starts at ages 3-4 where the foundations for formal piano training are laid in a group class setting. Children will learn about the structure of the piano, treble clef, bass clef, grand staff, curwen hand signs and solfege, dynamics, rhythms, tempos, performance etiquette and more.
  • For ages 4-6, the programme expands on technique, repertoire, tone production, music theory, aural training, music reading, composers, musical eras and includes performances. Private lessons and group classes are available. For older age group, please contact us for more information.
  • A core belief of the programme is that parents play a vital role in the musical journey of a child; as such, parent participation is imperative during every class. The teacher, student and parent work as a team to help your child acquire the skills needed through encouragement and support.
  • Teacher’s Profile

    Rebekah Lau returned to Hong Kong from the United States after she received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Piano Performance on scholarship at Brigham Young University in 2009 and 2011, under the direction of Dr. Scott Holden, Dr. Richard Anderson, Dr. Irene Peery Fox and Dr. Paul Pollei. In addition to pedagogical studies at BYU, Rebekah completed her Suzuki Piano training with registered Piano Trainers Cleo Brimhall, Fay Adams, and Caroline Fraser. She has worked with over 100 students under the Suzuki and traditional method.

    Performance highlights include winning first prize at the Hong Kong School's Music Festival Piano Competition. In the summer of 2010, she attended the International Music Academy in Pilsen (IMAP), Czech Republic, where she studied with international renowned artists Arthur Greene and Ivan Klansky. Rebekah has also attended many Suzuki conferences around the world and has performed in United States, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

    Rebekah is a National Certified Music Teacher (NCTM), and has taught at Brigham Young University as a piano instructor in group and private lessons. She was the piano judge for the Arts and Music City Academy Piano Competition and the Encore Musicianship Technique Examination in 2009, and was highly favored by the Board of Trustees. For more details of Rebekah, please check out her personal website at http://rebekahlau.com.

    • AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES
      3 – 4 yrs
      4 – 6 yrs
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    • CLASS DURATION
      Private class - 30 mins, Group class - 45 mins
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