I am friendly and enthusiastic with a passion for music, experience tutoring music with over 10 years. Many of my students passed the exam with distinction and auditions schools successfully.
I am passionate about music while I`m teaching and performing, I like to share my performance and music experiences with my students. I am able to provide a reliable, regularity of teaching days more than 7 hours if you need it.
My performance credits include the London Symphony Orchestra, City Birmingham Symphony, London Philharmonia, Verbier Festival Orchestra, Birmingham Royal Ballet Orchestra, Walsh Nation Opera, etc. I also perform chamber music and orchestra around the UK.
My music award includes first prize of Ambache Prize for Performance of Music by Women Composers, first prize of Herbert Lumby Prize for Violinists and Violists, Taiwan representative in Asian Youth Music Competition, and many piano competitions in Taiwan.
I believe in encouraging pupils to be all-round, independent musicians and to inspire them with my love of making music. I always take high responsibility for teaching my students and require high quality to the music, and I like to communicate with their parent for their children needs.
The most important thing to learn well of any instruments which need to build stable basic skill, and encourage pupils to explore further possibilities with Music.
I take the importance of teaching technique from the first lesson seriously. Gaining secure technique early on means the student will have less difficulty with music in the later stages of learning. While this may seem quite severe, I make the exercises more fun by turning them into games, especially when teaching young children.
I always try and encourage my pupils through praise and constructive criticism. The use of positive language when criticising raises the self-esteem and motivation of pupils and by asking the pupil how they think they played and to identify problem areas creates a more pupil-directed environment, allowing the pupil to learn what they can learn, in their way and at their speed.
At the end of lessons, I encourage students to have some fun with the instrument, such as improvising, exploring the range of the violin or playing through their favourite piece. I find this encourages the student’s creativity, confidence and allows their personality, both musical and social, to shine through.