BA Music, AMUS graduand level, MTA, UMT
Chau is the founder and teacher of Blossom Music School, a flourishing music studio offering tuition in PIANO, SINGING, VIOLIN, DRUMS, GUITAR, FLUTE, KEYBOARD, MUSIC THEORY and more. She instills in all her students a deep appreciation of music.
Chau has been teaching piano & music theory for 10 years, ensuring her students have excellent exam preparation and results in AMEB exams. Her students consistently receive Distinctions and High Credits exam results.
She studied with some brilliant piano teachers including Neta Maughan AM, Faye Lake and Janine Wilkins. They all have had an immense influence on her life, piano technique and teaching style.
She teaches in all different styles including Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Twentieth Century, children’s piano jazz, Australian piano compositions, pop/rock, and whatever you hear on the radio. She prepares students (who practice consistently well) into competitions, music festivals and AMEB/Trinity Guildhall exams. Her students have ranged from the ages of 4 to 70. For those few students who are passionate about music and musically innate or gifted, she encourages them to continue music into HSC and tertiary level.
She studied Music at the University of Sydney- Conservatorium of Music under renowned music educators such as Dr Matthew Hindson, Dr Anne Boyd, Dr Daniel Rojas and Dr Charles Fairchild.
She is heavily involved in the teaching community having assisted with the Burwood esteddford (2011), Music Teachers Association Fundraising (2010 and 2011), taught privately at the University of Sydney, attended many pedadogical conferences over the years – Music Teachers’ Centenary Conference (2012), the Gerard Willems Classical Piano Repertoire (2012), the Piano Teachers’ Festival (2012, 2010, 2008).
She is a Member of Music Teachers Association NSW, United Music Teachers NSW, and Music Teachers Online.
She performs in weddings, fundraising events, community events and Christmas functions in her spare time.
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These details were last updated on February 2, 2014