Loreen’s Music, home-based Music School located in Doncaster East, Melbourne. Loreen is an AMEB Piano, Violin & Theory Teacher. Teaching students of all ages:
(Inclusive of all Mainstream Syllabuses, For Leisure Syllabuses, Suzuki Method).
As a young Professional Classical Pianist and Violinist, she studied Masters of Occupational Therapy, as well as furthering her Music Performance Degree at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. With close to a decade of extensive teaching experience, Loreen has taught Beginners as young as 4y.o to mature-aged students. Piano & Violin Students have obtained Honours and High Distinction results in AMEB examinations, as well as winning annual Eisteddfod Awards – Manningham, Boroondara, Waverley etc.
Her wide teaching experience involves teaching both Privately and in School. With a current Student Load of 35+ students a week, 90% of students have attained A/A+ AMEB Exam results.
Since age 4, Loreen has learnt Piano with various reknown pianists – Sonny Chua, Australian Composer and Concert Pianist; Darryl Coote, Australian Pianist and Partner of the Team of Pianists; and Leading Concert Pianist and teacher, Glenn Riddle at The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
Furthering her Violin studies with Concert Violinists – Fintan Murphy, Head of Strings at Monash University School of Music and Director of the Melbourne Strings Ensemble; and Miwako Abe, Associate Professor of Music and Head of the String Department at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Loreen broadcasted on the Australian 3MBS Radio Station for her Public Piano Performance in “Rising Stars Concert”, receiving 1st, 2nd, 3rd place and various Honorable Mention Awards in multiple Piano and Violin competitions. She is also a regular performer at concerts, weddings, restaurants, solo and ensemble performances at multiple charity events.
You are more than welcome to contact Loreen for lesson queries on:
** Please contact Loreen to confirm lesson fees as fees may vary each forwarding year. (Loreen teaches 1hr/45min/30min lesson durations)
These details were last updated on November 3, 2016