Avoid the awkwardness of an empty recital Performing in front of a big crowd may be a little intimidating for your students, but it’s a whole lot better than performing in front of no crowd. “Proper” Advertising Vs. Word Of Mouth If you run a big music studio or school (let’s say with […]
About Huy Le
Hi! I am a Sydney-based piano teacher and professional musician.
Away from the piano and teaching - I enjoy playing (butchering) my 200+ year old violin, all things tech-related, and on weekends you'll either find me losing my voice (and often my sanity) at a Wests Tigers rugby league game or satisfying my caffeine addiction at cafes in and around Sydney's Inner-West.
Entries by Huy Le
Your piano recital won’t be truly professional without the help of other specialists. Here’s a who’s who of who you need… You’ve probably heard the saying “you can’t have it all” before. But I believe that when it comes to holding piano recitals for your piano studio, you can have it all. You […]
You can’t hold your piano recital just anywhere. Here’s what to look for when selecting a venue… Picture this: It’s the day of your studio’s first piano recital. The tickets are sold out, your professionally-printed programs are hot off the press, and your students have been practising for weeks. The standard has been […]
Piano recitals take a lot of organisation and effort. But if you do it right, the results are worth it! Performance opportunities are incredibly important for piano students (and other music students). Performing in front of an audience allows piano students of all ages to prepare for piano exams, practise goal setting, and […]
Live music is a winner all round Music students enjoy a range of benefits when they have the opportunity to perform. But student performances are also great for piano teachers. Here’s why… (To learn about why music students need performance opportunities, read my last post.) See How Students Perform Under Pressure Perhaps the […]
Composers have always intended for their music to be performed live In the days before we had smart phones, computers, TVs, or radios, a common form of family entertainment was to spend time around the piano performing and singing with one another and with guests. Even today, people will spend hundreds of dollars […]
Choose the right piano teacher by looking at these simple features at their studio Are you considering enrolling your child (or yourself) in piano lessons? Then this is the blog series for you. In this two-part series, we’re discussing how to choose a piano teacher, with a focus on what to look for, […]
Everything You Must Know to Make the Right Choice for You and Your Child Are you considering enrolling your child in piano lessons? Perhaps you’re considering learning the instrument yourself? As another school term approaches, you may be searching for a piano teacher. But how do you choose the right one? In Part […]
The past 20 years have seen the emergence of a new form of piano teaching – the group piano lesson. On the face of it, group lessons may look like a good thing. After all, they’re sociable and fun, and from a cost per hour perspective, they’re cheaper than individual private lessons. But […]
AMEB exams are great. But there’s so much more to learning the piano… When I teach teen piano students, I want them to play music for the rest of their lives. But as many parents can attest, all too often, teens sit their Grade 8 AMEB exam, then never touch the piano again. […]
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