Tips to Approach Louis-Claude Daquin’s Le Coucou

Written by Pianist Lee Jae Phang Another bird-related post? Yes, I haven’t gone cuckoo! Le Coucou by Louis-Claude Daquin is what one would call an oldie but a goodie. It has been a favorite among budding pianists since the early days of my piano education, and continues to fascinate piano students around the world. To […]

Is It Difficult to Become a Pianist When You’re Old?

Whatever discipline you are learning, it is always advisable to start young. A child’s brain is a sponge, which absorbs all knowledge and remembers it for a long-long time. If children learn quickly, what about in adulthood? Does an adult have the same approach to music as a child? The first hours of learning the […]

Where Can You Find Your Private Piano Teacher?

Learning to play the piano will help bring out the artist in you. Music has always been used as a tool to express emotions, and if you can learn how to play the piano, then you can create magic around you. But, in order to do so, you need the right piano teacher. Piano teacher: […]

How to Choose a Private Teacher

Music education is not a service like the others: we do not buy a service for temporary use, but very often for the time of a school year, with several hours of lessons per week or month. There has to be a strong bond between the student and teacher. It would never occur to anyone […]