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Siew Wan Ying is a Bachelor in Classical Music (Hons) degree holder, obtained from the Institute of Music, UCSI University. Wan Ying started her music learning at 4 years old, and has been teaching since 2017. She is qualified with the diploma from Associate of Trinity College London with distinction, ABRSM Grade 8 Piano and Theory, Yamaha Piano and Fundamentals Grade 5, Rockschool Vocals Grade 5 and Trinity Cello Grade 4. Aside from teaching at the MK Sounds Heavenly, she also has had some regular performing at the KPJ Damansara Hospital and part-time teaching at an international school in Selangor, Malaysia. She is also active in collaborative piano, in which she accompanies musicians for their exams in university levels, as well as in ABRSM and Trinity exams. Furthermore, Wan Ying also performed as choir member in several international choir competitions such as Grand Prix Thailand 2017, Taipei International Choral Festival 2018, and has participated in performances with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), notably the Ola Bola and Carmina Burana production. Wan Ying teaches piano, vocals, early years music, piano ensemble and choir at the Heavenly Star Music Sdn Bhd.
Name Syed Hussain. grade 8 trinity classical guitar. I’ve been teaching for 12 years. i teach Guitar bass drum and ukulele. I’ve perform at various venue such as Golden sands Penang, Saujana hotel, Kpj Damansara and a few other places.
My name is Christine Liong Tze Whai, I am a versatile and energetic piano and violin teacher with 6 years of ongoing teaching experience for piano and 2 years for violin teaching. I have many experience in teaching younger students (3-5 years old).
I studied and learned piano for 10 years, since I was 8 years old. I am holder of Piano Grade 8 in the Associate Board of Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), Grade 6 Theory of Music in the Associate Board of Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) and Piano Diploma in Associate Diploma of the Lond College of Music (ALCM).
I first started my piano teaching career in year 2015 to 2018 at Little Atelier Music Academy, located at Solaris, Mont Kiara. I had maintained a list of diverse students in age (from 3 year olds up to 50+ year olds). I also played accompaniment for violin students for exams and performances. I was also a piano instructor at Four Season Music from 2017 to 2019, Selayang Jaya, in which I mainly trained students for ABRSM Practical and Theory Exams. I was also engaged in group lessons with young students. I joined Mellodate Music from year 2018 as a Piano Instructor. I first joined MK Sounds Heavenly Music Academy in year 2018 as Piano and Violin Instructor. While here, I’ve played accompaniments, duets with students for concerts and performances.
I also performed Piano Solo at KPJ Hospital lounge from 2018 to 2020 twice a week. I frequently entered students in concerts and performances, of which include: MK Sounds Heavenly’s Christmas, Halloween and Spring Concerts; Little Atelier Music Academy’s Annual Concerts and Four Season Music’s Annual Concerts. Performances by my students included Piano Solo, Piano Duet, Violin and Piano Duet. I’ve also entered students in ABRSM, Trinity and Rock School exams, up until Grade 8. I was also event manager for MK Sounds Heavenly’s Halloween and Spring Concert.
Has numerous years teaching experience in kindergardens, and schools; is sought after as a violin teacher works well with young children and adults learner. She holds a Bachelor of performing arts in Music in University of Malaya majoring in Violin. She understands every student is different and always tailors her teaching methods according to student’s characters and needs and believe learning violin for kids and adults should be fun. She has participated in numerous music workshops and conferences to enrich herself with more teaching ideas.
Daniel Chim +irst started the cello at the age of elven and had taken a liking to the instrument. He practised hard and participated in every small concerts and performance as possible. After listening to Steven Isserlis performed the Cello Concerto in C major with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), Daniel became inspired and had decided to pursue a career in music.
Daniel worked hard, mastering the cello under various teachers and even by his own mother, who taught him Music Theory. When he was experienced enough, he joined the Petaling Jaya Youth Orchestra (PJYO) where he improved on his cello techniques and exposed himself to orchestral music.
In 2010 after +inishing his A’ levels, Daniel travelled to the United Kingdom to begin his Bachelor of Arts at the Leeds College of Music. During those three years, not only was Daniel introduced to the double bass but he had also found a passion in teaching.
Then at the beginning of 2013, Daniel went to Australia to enrol into the University of Queensland for his Master of Music. There he focused on teaching pedagogy and research in music education. He also joined the university’s orchestra and a choir group.
In 2015, he returned to Malaysia where he committed himself as a cello and double bass teacher in Kuala Lumpur. Along with teaching, he also joined the Selangor Philharmonic Orchestra and sometimes joining the KLPAC.
Daniel has been teaching cello and double bass for six years in different music schools and privately. He +irst joined Sounds of Heaven in 2019 where he been teaching for two years. He had also been involved with the school’s Halloween Workshop in 2019 and his student had performed in two concerts. He is still with the school, conducting online lessons.
Alice Wong was born in famous city, Ipoh. In Year 2005, she had completed her studies in Sunway College.
Her music journey started when she was 7. With the encouragement of her parents, she joined the music class with her siblings, Ms Wong. Meanwhile, she passed through all the ABRSM exam. Step to the year 2018, she met the opportunity to continue her journey. After putting a lot of effort, she had successfully completed her Grade 8 trinity exam.
She joined the MK sound of heaven studio as Ecm tutor for more than 3 years. At the same time, she engaged herself in various concert such as spring concert 2019, Damen Halloween Music Camp and etc.
Ximin Phuan was a student at Malaysian Institute of Arts (MIA) where she completed her Diploma in Music under the guidance of Soh Bee Teng (Gynger). Whilst studying with Gynger, she has completed her Grade 8 in singing under the Trinity College London in 2015. After completing her diploma at MIA, she furthered her studies at Middlesex University, London United Kingdom, where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Music during the summer of 2018. During her bachelors, she was under the tutelage of Mark Oldfield.
While studying at MIA, Ximin had been actively performing in Kuala Lumpur. She is one of the founding members of The Opera Bridesmaids, an all-female vocal ensemble. With The Opera Bridesmaids, they have organized two concerts; “The Opera Bridesmaids” and “Echoes of Grace”.
During her studies in London, Ximin was one of the members of the university’s Singer’s Ensemble under the direction of Mark Oldfield and she has also participated “Abingdon Summer School for Solo Singers” in Abingdon, United kingdom.
Besides participating in masterclasses and summer courses, Ximin has competed in singing competitions and was awarded a Silver Prize for the 4th Asia Arts Festival (Solo category) and also a finalist in the 42nd National Classical Singing Competition (Central Region).
She currently works as a freelance vocal instructor.
She is a passionate and experienced music teacher. After teaching in the US for four years, she now resides in Kuala Lumpur. She received her Master’s Degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Miami University, Ohio, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance from UPM. She is skilled in piano performance, piano pedagogy, chamber music, and teaching group classes. She earned the title of Nationally Certified Teacher (NCTM) from the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), and she is a certified Suzuki Teacher from the Suzuki Association America (SAA).
Vi Vien is committed to providing her students with quality and comprehensive music education. Besides learning to play the piano, her students also learn music theory and aural and musicianship skills. She enjoys teaching students of all ages and has experience teaching in private and group settings. She taught individual piano lessons, conducted music summer camps, and a facilitator for the “Opera for Kids” workshops sponsored by the Kuala Lumpur City Opera (KLCO).
Her teaching philosophy is to help her students to express themselves musically, nurture them to be better human beings, and ultimately promote the joy of studying music and playing the piano. She wants her students to have a fun and rewarding music experience through their lessons.
Besides her passion for teaching, Vi Vien also loves to perform. She has performed in numerous solo and chamber music recitals and appeared as a concerto soloist with the UPM Symphony Orchestra during her final year at UPM. In 2017, she won the Gold Award in the Hong Kong Youth Performing Art Festival and was named a finalist in the First Aswara International Competition. In the US, she gave lecture-recitals for the Institute Learning for the Retiree and charity recitals for Oxford Food Pantry.
Apart from her teaching schedule, she enjoys hiking, baking, and spending time with her family.
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