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"Award music studio" & "Yicha music studi

Postby waterfall » Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:28 pm

i plan to send my gal for piano class next year. Because of location(katong), i try to choose one of above studio.

Anyone can give me some idea & comments of these two studio?

or hv better suggestion?

Tks

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Postby Guest » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:55 pm

Both will be moving due to the en bloc of katong mall. Not sure where yicha is moving to but Award will be moving to katong junction. Both schools screen their teachers and both needs teachers to be at least grade 8 standard. I think Yicha only take teachers of diploma standard.

The owner of Award was from Yicha.
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Postby ChiefKiasu » Tue Oct 07, 2008 7:09 am

pianojazzy wrote:Both will be moving due to the en bloc of katong mall. Not sure where yicha is moving to but Award will be moving to katong junction. Both schools screen their teachers and both needs teachers to be at least grade 8 standard. I think Yicha only take teachers of diploma standard.

The owner of Award was from Yicha.


pianojazzy, any idea when they are moving out of Katong mall?

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Postby Guest » Tue Oct 07, 2008 1:45 pm

Not sure. I'll ask Carol and let u know again
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Postby waterfall » Wed Oct 08, 2008 8:18 pm

thanks , jazzpiano.

more question. I don't want to push my gal for grading. jst encourage her to love and enjoy music. she can play any of the music she want to in her lifetime jazz, pop, class...

pls advise how to communicate with piano teacher in this matter. what's the points need to emphasis and points not to talk about.

tks again.

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Postby Guest » Wed Oct 08, 2008 11:11 pm

Just let tel the teacher frankly. She/he will know what to do :)
Yicha might be more exam orientated. In that case you can try award.
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Postby angeline123 » Sun Feb 08, 2009 9:50 pm

why do you say so?
From my observation, I dont think so.- that Yicha is more exam orientatted

pianojazzy wrote:Just let tel the teacher frankly. She/he will know what to do :)
Yicha might be more exam orientated. In that case you can try award.

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Postby J2mum » Mon Apr 05, 2010 2:17 pm

I send my ger to Award Music school for piano lesson. However, the teacher teaching her is quitting and my ger doesnt like the male teacher Award recommending to us.

No other teacher suit my timing and I was thinking if I should switch my ger from Award to Yicha cos their new branch is so near my place.

ChiefKiasu,
are your kids still with Award Music school?

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Re: "Award music studio" & "Yicha music studi

Postby windows » Sun Jan 22, 2012 9:00 am

Are your kids still w the school? How r the teachers? Any recommendation?

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Re: "Award music studio" & "Yicha music studi

Postby sugarpie2honey » Wed May 23, 2012 10:48 am

I also live in Katong area and am looking for a good piano teacher for my 7yr old son. Anyone have any recent comments to share? Which teacher should I request at Award or Yicha. Did they end up staying in Katong area?

Heard from a friend about Prelude Music Studio in Novena, assessible by MRT, but if I can find something closer, would be better.

Grateful for any input.
:)

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