Through my teaching, I can offer a unique skill set, suiting a diverse range of students and their interests. I have a vast knowledge of both classical and jazz history, harmony, theory and performance techniques which allow me to cater for the diverse interests of music students.
Further to my completion of a Bachelor of Music at the Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University, I also participate in ongoing pedagogical training in the Taubman Approach to piano at Princeton University in New York. Through this approach, I can offer a heightened focus on learning a coordinate technique that allows for an efficient way to play the piano and develop a healthy and fluid piano technique, regardless of skill level.
Since 2009, I have privately tutored piano and music theory to a wide range of students varying in age and skill level. Many of my students also achieve high results for their AMEB piano exams. My philosophy of teaching is to provide music students, of any age, with a safe and professional environment where their musical aspirations can be achieved in the most efficient and enjoyable way possible.
These details were last updated on January 16, 2018