A sincere and diligent teacher, whose conscientiousness and genuine interest in music is a constant source of inspiration for her peers and students.
Michelle has attended piano lessons since the age of three and violin lessons since she was eight. She was awarded a Distinction in the Associate Music Performance Diploma when she was 12, and has achieved a Distinction in the Licentiate Diploma examinations, LTCL at age 15. In the same year, she auditioned and secured a place to study at Wells Cathedral School, a specialist music school in the UK.
During her brief stay in Wells, Somerset, England, Michelle discovered her passion for Baroque and Classical music, the two main periods in music history which formed a large part of her repertoire under the guidance of her piano mentor, Graeme Gilling. Hence, this shaped Michelle’s viewpoint of imparting genuine playing techniques, musical knowledge and interpretation skills to her students while developing their musicality as true Classical musicians.
Michelle has also completed her double-major music degree at the University of Western Australia. She currently enjoys an active musical life as a soloist, chamber musician, music tutor, and as the purchasing manager at Crescendo Music.
Estelle started pursuing piano and violin studies at the age of four and has developed a passion for music ever since. She has completed all practical piano and music theory examinations with the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) and violin with Trinity College London. She has achieved Distinction in her Grade 8 practical examinations for both piano and violin studies.
Estelle has participated in several orchestras and was the concertmaster in her high school string orchestra. She enjoys expanding her musical knowledge and repertoire of different composers, genres and eras. Besides music teaching, Estelle is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Dental Therapy at Curtin University.
Estelle's motto for classroom teaching is to make music lessons fun while incorporating musical knowledge, playing techniques and methods, and theory of music. She teaches students from as young as the age of four to adults, and customises her teaching styles to suit each student. Young beginners enjoy learning with Estelle as she utilises flash cards and fun activities to develop their musical and aural skills.
With over 10 years of teaching experience, Daniel is currently offering guitar and ukulele lessons for students of all ages and abilities. Lessons are designed with the student's goals in mind. His passion for music extends to many genres, ranging from rock, jazz, classical, folk, blues, pop to lo-fi experimental/noise music.
Daniel is an active member of the local music scene, performing countless shows, touring nationally in support of original music releases, receiving writing/performance and engineering credits on independent label releases and contributing to multimedia concept art projects. Daniel's recent works have received radio play not only in Australia but also in Mexico and Japan.
Ulani is currently studying her Bachelor of Music and Specialist Music degree at the University of Western Australia, specialising in cello. She enjoys what music brings to her life and loves how it has the ability to help people grow in many ways. With that, she is enthusiastic and welcoming to all with a musical interest and wishes to help anyone pursue their goals.
What makes her passionate about teaching is seeing her students develop their skills, integrating their unique character into music, and simply seeing people enjoy what music has to offer. Whether you’re seeking to improve your skills or playing for leisure, Ulani is more than happy to help you on your journey.
Ms. Jeannie is an enthusiastic teacher with great passion for music and piano playing, and has more than 25 years of teaching experience. She has successfully completed her ATCL (Teacher’s Diploma), Advanced Certificate (ABRSM), AMusTCL (Associate in Compositional Technique of The Trinity College of Music), LTCL (Teacher’s Diploma), LTCL (Performance), and LRSM (Licentiates of the Royal Schools of Music).
She has also studied with Ms. Bavani Rajah (Principle of Malaysian Academy of Music), Mr. David Gatehouse, (Chief Examiner of Theory, ABRSM), Mr. Loo Bang Hean (Concert Pianist and ABRSM examiner), Kathryn Lye, Dennis Lee (Concert Pianist), Graham Hall and Roy Wilkinson.
Ms. Jeannie teaches students ranging from elementary to Advanced Diploma. Her students have achieved numerous awards, including the coveted Hedy King Robinson Award for Theory of Music examinations (Grades 6 to 8), full marks for Grade 5 Music Theory, and awards for highest score in Practical exams for Grades 5 to 8. Her students were also invited to perform at the annual state high achiever award organised by ABRSM.
She is also a proud mother of three and plays regularly for church and dance studios.
Eudora started learning the piano at the age of 12 and has never looked back since.
Upon completing her Grade 8 in piano, she got the opportunity to teach music to children and adults at a music school in Singapore. When she had the opportunity to further her studies, she chose to be in the field of Arts and Music to further develop a deeper understanding of music.
After graduating from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sound and Screen Production for Music, she went on to work on projects as a sound recordist and sound designer.
Her passion for teaching brought her back to the classroom where she aspires to share her knowledge with her students.