ANAM, MMusStud(Perf), BMus(Perf)
ANAM, Masters of Music Studies (Performance) and Bachelor of Music (Performance) graduate from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
I am a highly experienced piano teacher for students of all ages and levels. I have a strong passion for teaching and nurturing my students’ journey in music learning whilst adapting to their strengths and capabilities and guiding them to their full potential.
In my teaching I aim to provide my students with a well rounded music education. My lessons would encompass on elements such as expression, technique, sound, physiology, aural, sight-reading, theory and a general awareness of cultural, historical and repertoire influences.
In Sydney, I operated my own private piano studio and I was a teacher at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Open Academy and Play at the Con program. My students have achieved amazing results in eisteddfods, HSC, music examinations such as AMEB and have been awarded full music scholarships to highly competitive independent schools in Sydney. I also had students who have successfully auditioned into tertiary music courses. Aside from providing piano lessons, I have organised chamber ensembles and given workshops in ensemble skills and chamber rehearsals.
WWC (Working with Children Check) accredited.
Maggie Pang is a teacher, solo and chamber musician based in Melbourne. She has studied and performed in Sydney, Hobart, Vienna, New York and Seattle in the past few years. She is currently undertaking intensive performance training at ANAM (Australian National Academy of Music). During her Bachelor studies, she was awarded the highest distinction in the piano pedagogy.
Maggie completed both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Piano performance at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Natalia Sheludiakova and Dr. Bernadette Harvey. During her studies at the Conservatorium, she was a featured soloist in various sonata and lunch break concerts and was the orchestral pianist in the Modern Music Ensemble and Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra’s 2015 Greenway Series.
Maggie has participated in a number of music programs nationally and internationally. Such include the Icicle Creek Winter Piano Festival in Washington, US and the 2016 and 2017 AYO Chamber Players Program, where she was involved in the Musica Viva Festival. More recently, she was awarded generous scholarship to participate in the 2017 Meadowmount School of Music, which is a rigorous seven week music program that continues the Galamian method. During that period, she had the opportunity to intensively study and collaborate with students and teachers from some of America’s top institutions.
These details were last updated on February 13, 2018