lesson

Information Icon
Create an User Account or Sign In to add a Post or Comment.

With the latest advisories and safety measures announced today at 4pm by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, more and more piano teachers are likely to conduct their piano lessons online.

Most workplaces will be closed from next Tuesday (April 7) and all schools will move to full home-based learning a day later, as Singapore puts in place a "circuit breaker" to pre-empt escalating coronavirus infections, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

"First, stay at home, as much as possible... See More

With the latest advisories and safety measures announced today at 4pm by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, more and more piano teachers are likely to conduct their piano lessons online.

Most workplaces will be closed from next Tuesday (April 7) and all schools will move to full home-based learning a day later, as Singapore puts in place a "circuit breaker" to pre-empt escalating coronavirus infections, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

"First, stay at home, as much as possible."

"Second, avoid socialising with others beyond your own household," he said, adding that people should avoid visiting even their extended families who are not staying with them, especially if they are elderly or vulnerable."

"Third, people should go out only to do essential things."

"The spirit of these measures is to get all of us to minimise physical contact," he said. "If we don't go out, if we avoid contact with others, then the virus won't be able to spread. It is as simple as that."

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #teacher #parent #lesson

With Coronavirus spreading throughout the world here’s a few practical tips for being proactive in your piano studio and teaching.

By taking a few, simple steps you can keep yourself and your students as safe as possible and help to prevent any spread of Coronavirus.

#WuhanVirus #covid19... See More

With Coronavirus spreading throughout the world here’s a few practical tips for being proactive in your piano studio and teaching.

By taking a few, simple steps you can keep yourself and your students as safe as possible and help to prevent any spread of Coronavirus.

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #teacher #parent #student #learning #methodology #lesson

Learn classical improvisation from Dr. Mortensen.

Dr. John Mortensen, Steinway Artist and Professor of Piano, gives ten assignments to his new students.

#JohnMortensen #steinway #teacher #student... See More

Learn classical improvisation from Dr. Mortensen.

Dr. John Mortensen, Steinway Artist and Professor of Piano, gives ten assignments to his new students.

#JohnMortensen #steinway #teacher #student #lesson #learning #methodology #pedagogy #improvisation

Piano Teachers > Will private tutors who are not based in centres be required to suspend their lessons?

We urge private tutors who conduct lessons outside of centres (e.g. home-based tutors) to take appropriate and sensible measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including observing guidelines on social distancing, segregating students should they be from different schools, and ensuring that those who are on LOA or SHN do not attend. They should also ensure that parents are... See More

Piano Teachers > Will private tutors who are not based in centres be required to suspend their lessons?

We urge private tutors who conduct lessons outside of centres (e.g. home-based tutors) to take appropriate and sensible measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including observing guidelines on social distancing, segregating students should they be from different schools, and ensuring that those who are on LOA or SHN do not attend. They should also ensure that parents are comfortable with the arrangements.

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #sgunited #SingaporeTogether #TogetherAtHome #teacher #parent #lesson

Dr. John Mortensen suggest five ideas for practicing the piano in time of global pandemic.

1. Play easy/intermediate pieces to "close the loop".
2. Record yourself and make a list you're bad at.
3. Go after a technical deficiency.
4. Listen to non-piano music to gain a perspective on what the piano is good at and not so good at.
5. Learn the Art of Partimento

#WuhanVirus... See More

Dr. John Mortensen suggest five ideas for practicing the piano in time of global pandemic.

1. Play easy/intermediate pieces to "close the loop".
2. Record yourself and make a list you're bad at.
3. Go after a technical deficiency.
4. Listen to non-piano music to gain a perspective on what the piano is good at and not so good at.
5. Learn the Art of Partimento

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #teacher #parent #student #lesson #methodology #pedagogy #Partimento

In response to the latest advisory from Ministry of Health, Singapore, all Yamaha music lessons, including both group and individual sessions, will be suspended from Friday, 27 March to Thursday, 30 April. Please refer to the Important Notice issued below.

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus... See More

In response to the latest advisory from Ministry of Health, Singapore, all Yamaha music lessons, including both group and individual sessions, will be suspended from Friday, 27 March to Thursday, 30 April. Please refer to the Important Notice issued below.

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #sgunited #SingaporeTogether #TogetherAtHome #teacher #parent #lesson #yamaha #school #announcement

At first, she emailed students to assure them she’d be disinfecting piano keys and doorknobs, but many students responded that they couldn’t come because they were too scared. And as the social distancing measures became stricter, she knew she needed a more permanent solution to keep teaching.

#WuhanVirus #covid19... See More

At first, she emailed students to assure them she’d be disinfecting piano keys and doorknobs, but many students responded that they couldn’t come because they were too scared. And as the social distancing measures became stricter, she knew she needed a more permanent solution to keep teaching.

#WuhanVirus #covid19 #coronavirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #teacher #lesson

Pink is the latest musician sharing her music amid times of self-isolation and social distancing.

The three-time Grammy winner did her part to lift spirits amid the coronavirus outbreak by performing for her followers on Instagram. Pink, 40, played the piano while belting out Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love”. It is the first song she learned on the piano.

#coronavirus... See More

Pink is the latest musician sharing her music amid times of self-isolation and social distancing.

The three-time Grammy winner did her part to lift spirits amid the coronavirus outbreak by performing for her followers on Instagram. Pink, 40, played the piano while belting out Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love”. It is the first song she learned on the piano.

#coronavirus #covid19 #WuhanVirus #wuhan #SocialDistancing #lesson #teacher #parent #virtual #grammy #instagram #BobDylan #pandemic #livestream

Prosecutors are seeking 18 months' jail for a piano teacher with autism who was 19 when he molested a five-year-old student in the studio where he worked.

The man, now 22, had slipped his hand into her underwear and told her "remember this", and then scratched her, causing injuries that took two weeks to heal.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Gail Wong argued that while the offender was young, deterrence was the primary sentencing consideration as there was no causal link between his... See More

Prosecutors are seeking 18 months' jail for a piano teacher with autism who was 19 when he molested a five-year-old student in the studio where he worked.

The man, now 22, had slipped his hand into her underwear and told her "remember this", and then scratched her, causing injuries that took two weeks to heal.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Gail Wong argued that while the offender was young, deterrence was the primary sentencing consideration as there was no causal link between his autism spectrum disorder and the offence.

#teacher #parent #autism #crime #molest #lesson #offence