About Me


I am Infant Inbaraj. I am a Keyboard player for past 15 years, a church musician and also an independent artist. I am in teaching for past 5 years in various type of people and also I did 4th grade in London trinity college in electronic piano.

It takes a special type of person to be a piano teacher. It’s not always easy and it’s not always fun but it is always rewarding. I have a message for all the piano teachers out there – a message you need to hear to remind yourself how important you really are. This is a topic I hold very dear to my heart. It’s one thing to know how to teach piano; it’s another thing to know your impact and influence on your students. Regardless of your purpose for being in their life, you are making an impact on their overall development. Whether you work with young children or teenagers, they are in such developmental stages of life that every interaction they encounter is shaping them into the adult they will become. I think that piano teachers need to change the way they view their students. It’s not just a matter of learning the instrument. You are a constant in their life. Your choice of words and affirmations matter. You are more important than you think.

The reason I’m so passionate about this topic is because I’ve seen so many children reach the point of wanting to give up on the piano, based on how it’s been taught to them. I was one of these children. When my mom first signed me up for piano lessons, I did not like my very first teacher. I was four years old and I just remember crying every time we drove to her house. Going to lessons, I was so torn because I really loved the piano but I hated learning. I was starting to hate the piano because of who I was associating it with. It’s not that this teacher was a bad person – she just made piano scary. She was cold and demanding. I just felt discouraged and at such a young age, that was affecting my overall self-esteem. So, my mom pulled me out of lessons and found a new teacher. This teacher was the complete opposite of my first teacher. She was soft, gentle, and nurturing. I felt safe with her and even if I messed up, I knew she wouldn’t be disappointed in me. She made piano non-threatening and provided me with an open space to be vulnerable and curious. She is one of the main reasons I am the piano teacher I am today. I think that all piano teachers should share those qualities and attributes to their students. Iam happy to work in your brand as with all your support.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

I did BA English Literature and Musical Qualification 4th Grade in Electronic Piano.

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