Seimpi School of Music

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Should i enroll my gal for the foundation course?

Hi parents, 

The dates of the feedbacks are quite some time ago, does anyone has any latest feedbacks? 





danris | Thu, 11/07/2013 - 11:05pm

is Seimpi good?

hihi mummy, any comments on the above??

Lovejj | Mon, 20/12/2010 - 4:55pm

Piano Course

Anyone can share the piano course fee form beginner level of this school?

titank | Sat, 30/01/2010 - 5:42pm


My boy is in the SMART  program for nearly 6 months. The individual practical cum theory lesson and the master class is good. However the AMUS group class seem badly conducted and organise, class group age range too wide K1 to P1 and new teacher are unable to capture the student attention, sibling of student could also join the class every lesson without having to enrol in (just bec the parent say nobody to take care the sister). After just few months , few student quit and revert back to individual lesson, another transfer to AMUS level 2 as he is in P1. As my boy is the only one left so they say can't conduct the goup class and request me to change to individual AMUS class which is not their normal practise. However individual AMUS class they say is half an hours compare to group class of one hours which I find it a bit not worth. Furthermore I find that group class has its advantage as younger kids would learn faster and enjoy learning music more when in groups.

Probably any parent of previous batches of AMUS class could advise me whether should I continue with individual AMUS (half hours per weeks) or just quit SMART program since they are unable to make a decent arrangement for my boy.

littlefish | Sun, 22/11/2009 - 2:38am

Experiance with Seimpi

My child with Seimpi for close to 2 years.  Her teacher was promoted from normal to 'master' and she is good so I believe 'master' teacher are really better with more teaching experiance.

During her 2 years, we are happy with the courses and my child progress.  And the teacher informed us that my child was chosen to go for their SMART program audition.  My child passed the audition but we decided not to sign her up for the prgm as we find twice a week lesson is stressful for young kid and the fee at $340 per mth is expensive.

Thus, we decided to let her progress to individual class since the school is closing down her existing group class due to too few children. But unfortunately, they are unable to arrange the normal 45 min session for her at $170 for 4 session. So asked us to either sign up for 30 min session with the existing teacher at $160 only $10 cheaper which work out to be $80 per hr or can give us 45 min under a newly join teacher wo much teaching experiance.

The worse thing is the school told us her existing teacher no time slot for 45 min session but yet open a new group class for her!!!

mummyyuki | Sat, 18/07/2009 - 9:28am

Info on Seimpi?

Interested to send my 20month old to Seimpi (one of the few that will accept youngsters). Can Anyone who has done the same share their experience? Is it worth paying 20/30% more for a 'master' teacher?


hquek | Fri, 18/07/2008 - 10:39am

I got a master teacher from

I got a master teacher from Seimpi. My the 28 month old have been in the Playtime Class since March. I don't really have a non master teacher to compare to but compare with his Shichida class's teacher, in terms of ability to control the class, getting the children liking and effectiveness in changing items in between activities and preparedness for each class I will rate Sempi teacher as so so only.

Personally, I feel that their curriculum is useful to expose kids their age to music and the teacher does offer some helpful tips for introducing music to young children. However, a lot of the class involves games and singing and just a little exposure to musical notation and keyboad. So far I have not seen the "eye training, speed reading, photographic memory " that is stated in their curriculum write up. Some of the activities and props are very fun but those activities can easily be part of what the teachers in preschool does also. After 3 months, I feel that I should be comfortablel repeating most of their actvities at home and will be pulling my kid out for now since I do know some piano myself and can teach him the things cover in school.

mintcc | Sun, 20/07/2008 - 9:23am

MIM Classes from Seimpi

My 26 month old is there for 3 lessons so far.  They give you a nice music bag with a score book, an activity book, a music CD and a sticker book the day you sign up. You are suppose to listen the those CDs and I think that as the term goes on, we will get to play some of it.

For now, most of the time is spent exposing the kids to the songs, listening and playing games so the kids will learn the difference between different kind of sounds and instruments.  Flash cards are used to expose the children on musical notes like  crotchet, semi crotchet etc... there are also games to expose the children to the patterns on the keyboard....and they are suppose to play certain keys which is kind of difficult as they all got so  excited once its keyboard time and will start banging on the keys.

So far it looks promising and my boy does seems to enjoy it. Lets hope we learn more stuff on the way!

hihimummy | Sat, 29/03/2008 - 1:08am


Sounds good hihimummy!  Let us know when your kid plays his first tune on the keyboard - for benchmarking purposes :) :)

ChiefKiasu | Wed, 02/04/2008 - 12:13am