teacher

December 14, 2019 at 7:31pm

Calling all families in the North of Singapore! The Season of Giving is back at our Year-End SALE! This is a perfect occasion to surprise your loved ones with the gift of music and visit our exciting piano roadshow to try instruments that will be on tempting offer!

U.P to 24 months Instalment (0% interest) option available for UOB credit cardholders!

PM us to plan your visit as stocks are limited and this event is NOT TO BE MISSED!

... See More

Calling all families in the North of Singapore! The Season of Giving is back at our Year-End SALE! This is a perfect occasion to surprise your loved ones with the gift of music and visit our exciting piano roadshow to try instruments that will be on tempting offer!

U.P to 24 months Instalment (0% interest) option available for UOB credit cardholders!

PM us to plan your visit as stocks are limited and this event is NOT TO BE MISSED!

#aureus #sales #promotion #BuyPiano #parent #teacher #roadshow #event

December 11, 2019 at 10:25pm

1. You could never have pretty, long fingernails
2. Your teacher would hit your knuckles with a ruler or a pencil or... anything, as long as it hurt
3. You had to miss your favourite TV shows to practise
...
5. "WHY DIDN'T YOU PRACTISE YOUR SCALES?"
6. You were forced to play only classical pieces
...

#fun #learning... See More

1. You could never have pretty, long fingernails
2. Your teacher would hit your knuckles with a ruler or a pencil or... anything, as long as it hurt
3. You had to miss your favourite TV shows to practise
...
5. "WHY DIDN'T YOU PRACTISE YOUR SCALES?"
6. You were forced to play only classical pieces
...

#fun #learning #childhood #teacher #teaching #nightmares

December 11, 2019 at 10:06pm

Musical ability relies heavily on procedural memory, which aids in the performance of specific tasks, like juggling or playing piano, and which can be done almost unconsciously after they’ve been mastered.

Once you learn to ride a bike, the ability to do so recedes to levels below conscious awareness.

But memory is imperfect. One main reason performers can suddenly and unexpectedly forget a piece of a music is because of memory retrieval. One thing that causes retrieval... See More

Musical ability relies heavily on procedural memory, which aids in the performance of specific tasks, like juggling or playing piano, and which can be done almost unconsciously after they’ve been mastered.

Once you learn to ride a bike, the ability to do so recedes to levels below conscious awareness.

But memory is imperfect. One main reason performers can suddenly and unexpectedly forget a piece of a music is because of memory retrieval. One thing that causes retrieval problems is stress or performance anxiety or the pressure we put on ourselves.

#forget #memory #parent #teacher

December 8, 2019 at 8:52am

Dive into the world of art and explore the great unknown, because that's where the greatest ideas live. So join us, challenge yourselves and behold infinite possibilities. Be part of the Originals Only. Be part of NAFA.

Application Fee wavied during Open House.

#nafa #OpenHouse #... See More

Dive into the world of art and explore the great unknown, because that's where the greatest ideas live. So join us, challenge yourselves and behold infinite possibilities. Be part of the Originals Only. Be part of NAFA.

Application Fee wavied during Open House.

#nafa #OpenHouse #registration #event #course #diploma #degree #study #teacher #parent

December 8, 2019 at 8:46am

The study confirmed Račevska's earlier insight: "We found intelligence to be a significant predictor of the preference for instrumental music." (Side note: Intelligent students were not likewise disproportionately drawn to singing.)

#study #parent #teacher... See More

The study confirmed Račevska's earlier insight: "We found intelligence to be a significant predictor of the preference for instrumental music." (Side note: Intelligent students were not likewise disproportionately drawn to singing.)

#study #parent #teacher #DoYouKnow #brain

December 5, 2019 at 2:05pm

🎶 If you have not gotten your Christmas 🎁 for yourself or your loved ones... 🥳 Our island-wide YEAR-END Promo is HERE! 🥳

😱Purchase during the Year-End Promo period (2 Dec - 31 Jan 2020) and stand a chance to WIN BACK your purchase!

🤩 4 LUCKY WINNERS will be getting their keyboard/piano FREE‼️

#casio #promotion... See More

🎶 If you have not gotten your Christmas 🎁 for yourself or your loved ones... 🥳 Our island-wide YEAR-END Promo is HERE! 🥳

😱Purchase during the Year-End Promo period (2 Dec - 31 Jan 2020) and stand a chance to WIN BACK your purchase!

🤩 4 LUCKY WINNERS will be getting their keyboard/piano FREE‼️

#casio #promotion #sales #BuyPiano #teacher #parent #digital

December 5, 2019 at 1:52pm

Tempo rubato in music – literally “robbed” or “stolen time” in Italian – refers to a subtle slowing or speeding up of tempo. It is most closely associated with the music of Fryderyk Chopin, his friend and fellow composer Franz Liszt, and other composers of the Romantic period, but we can also add tempo rubato, and similar effects, to music of any period – and indeed any genre (classical, jazz, pop, etc.).

In fact, it helps music to sound natural: music with a very strict, metronomic... See More

Tempo rubato in music – literally “robbed” or “stolen time” in Italian – refers to a subtle slowing or speeding up of tempo. It is most closely associated with the music of Fryderyk Chopin, his friend and fellow composer Franz Liszt, and other composers of the Romantic period, but we can also add tempo rubato, and similar effects, to music of any period – and indeed any genre (classical, jazz, pop, etc.).

In fact, it helps music to sound natural: music with a very strict, metronomic pulse (beat), with no sense of space or shape within phrases or sections, would be dull and monotonous, both to listen to and to play. Just as the human voice has changes in pitch and dynamics, tempo and cadence, so playing with rubato gives music expressive freedom, allowing it space or room to “breathe”.

#theory #rubato #teacher #lesson

December 5, 2019 at 12:56am

Searching for new ideas or methods to teach music? Come & find out more about the new "5 Mins a Day" series that has been flying off the shelves in Singapore, Malaysia and even starting in Europe & other parts of the world.

These (Pre-Grade1) books preceded the author's recent hot-selling graded Piano Gym series & will certainly help young students (Age 4-6) to learn in a most fun, wholesome & accelerated manner (whether for group or individual lessons) - to have a... See More

Searching for new ideas or methods to teach music? Come & find out more about the new "5 Mins a Day" series that has been flying off the shelves in Singapore, Malaysia and even starting in Europe & other parts of the world.

These (Pre-Grade1) books preceded the author's recent hot-selling graded Piano Gym series & will certainly help young students (Age 4-6) to learn in a most fun, wholesome & accelerated manner (whether for group or individual lessons) - to have a brilliant head start with an edge to excel in both music performance & exams.

With the availability of the Level B series, this much acclaimed method series has been made complete.

#yamaha #teacher #parent #methods #pedagogy

December 5, 2019 at 12:44am

❄️ Time to be jolly! Let us light up your Christmas spirit with the magical joy of music ✨ 🎶! Click play to take a peek of what's in Santa's Music Store!

🎁🎶 Indulge your Christmas gifting with Yamaha Year End Sale. Available from now till 29 Dec 2019!

#yamaha #BuyPiano #parent... See More

❄️ Time to be jolly! Let us light up your Christmas spirit with the magical joy of music ✨ 🎶! Click play to take a peek of what's in Santa's Music Store!

🎁🎶 Indulge your Christmas gifting with Yamaha Year End Sale. Available from now till 29 Dec 2019!

#yamaha #BuyPiano #parent #teacher #YamahaYES2019 #YamahaMusic #MakeWaves #YamahaPiano #YamahaDigitalPiano #YamahaSynthesizers

December 1, 2019 at 12:02pm

An exhibition in 2006 showed Mozart's life as lavishly lived with an income that could beat other musicians in the 18th-century Vienna. He earned a whopping 10,000 florins a year! That made him one of the top 5% of the high earners. At this time, you could live an easy and elite life without any hassles. 500 florins a year was just enough!

#mozart #DoYouKnow... See More

An exhibition in 2006 showed Mozart's life as lavishly lived with an income that could beat other musicians in the 18th-century Vienna. He earned a whopping 10,000 florins a year! That made him one of the top 5% of the high earners. At this time, you could live an easy and elite life without any hassles. 500 florins a year was just enough!

#mozart #DoYouKnow #discovery #teacher

Pages