Piano/Electone/Guitar Teachers

Join us!

Some of our students take their music very seriously and are committed to working hard towards attaining the highest grades in recognised music examinations. As a piano, electone or guitar player, you’ll have gone through those exams yourself. As such, you can empathise, but also push when needed because you understand the discipline that is required to master your instrument.

If you think you can communicate that discipline with passion and patience, if you can be the role model, the maestro and the disciplinarian when needed, you may be the teacher Yamaha is looking for.

 

What you’ll need:

  • Formal qualifications for your instrument as listed in “Your audition” below
  • A pleasant disposition
  • Fluency in English
  • Ability to work on weekends

 

What you’ll get:

    In addition to the pleasure of teaching what you love, you’ll get:

  • Registered with and recognised by MOE
  • Up to 8 weeks of holidays as stipulated in Yamaha Calendar
  • Other leave entitlement
  • Training provided at seminars
  • Medical benefits
  • Staff purchase
  • Subsidised music course
  • Insurance coverage
  • Others

Find out why teachers choose to teach at Yamaha.

 

Your audition

Piano teachers
(Minimum qualifications: ABRSM/Trinity/AMEB/Guildhall Piano Grade 8 for Practical and Theory)

    You will be tested on:

  • Two repertoire pieces of Grade 8 level
  • Scales
  • Sight reading

 

Electone teachers
(Minimum qualifications: Yamaha Electone Performance Grade 5 & ABRSM/Trinity/AMEB/Guildhall Grade 8 for Theory)


    You will be tested on:

  • Two repertoire pieces of at least Yamaha Grade 5 level
  • Sight reading

 

Classical Guitar teachers
(Minimum qualifications: Yamaha Guitar Performance Grade 5 & ABRSM/Trinity/AMEB/Guildhall Grade 8 for Theory)


    You will be tested on:

  • Two repertoire pieces of at least Yamaha Grade 5 level
  • Sight reading

 

Note: Foreign applicants may be required to take a theory paper (Grade 5 ‒ Grade 8) to assess their level of competence in the English Language.

 

Send your resume to:

Yamaha Music (Asia) Private Limited, Education Department

For enquiries, please call: +65 67409 298