My MUSIC educational philosophy is: Music can change one’s life. My teaching philosophy is simple and direct, I want my student to become a better person through music. When I introduced some musical works to students, building up the music elements, I am not only presenting a repertoire but also teaching them independent critical listening and thinking. I encourage students to engage with the topic and with each other in the belief that, good teaching depends upon intellectual exchange. Given the fact that students might perform differently among subjects. I believe every student has a sparkling moment. My approach teaching goal is, students will be given the opportunity to shine their success upon my subject.

In response to the job, my 9 years being a full-time music teacher in an IB local school and together with 20 years teaching experience afforded me the opportunity to assume all the responsibilities of a teacher at multiple grade levels. I am confident I can fit the aspirations of the school, namely willing to learn; skillful in communication, eager to serve and brave to show innovation and creativity.

Along with teaching music in a private setting, I have also worked successfully with a choir and a band. Being a conductor of a church choir, I have confidence and belief that I can take on the challenges that teaching offers. I am eager to demonstrate my talent and teaching skills within a school that is committed to high standards for students. The enclosed resume will give you more information on my experience and accomplishments. I would welcome the opportunity for an interview to further explore how my skills and experience could benefit the school.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • 2017- 2020 CUHK Master of Art Music
  • 2010 – 2012 HKBU Postgraduate degree in Education (PgDe) Music (Secondary school)
  • 2006 – 2009 HKU Bachelor of Art Major in Music, minor in German
  • 2002 – 2004 HKBU Associate Degree of Social Science Communication

Beauchief Cl, Lower Earley, Earley, Reading RG6 4HY, UK



Instrument(s) Taught

Music Theory, Piano, Singing

Where do lessons take place?

Teacher's Location, Online


30 minutes


45 minutes


60 minutes


Discounted Introductory Lesson


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🇬🇧 Pound sterling (£ GBP)

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Payment Methods

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Level(s) Taught

Beginner (up to Grade 5)

Youngest Age Taught


Class Sizes

One-to-One (Individual)



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