Teachers Share Why They Choose To Teach At Yamaha
Here are some of the main reasons
"The attractive remuneration for the reasonable number of working hours. Yamaha is an internationally recognised music school."
One of the incentives of joining Yamaha Music School
A Trip to Asia-Pacific Junior Original Concert (APJOC) 2012
On the 6th of November 2012, 7 teachers travelled together to Kuala Lumpur, to be part of this exciting event. The participant from Singapore, Matthew Ng, performed his composition "Fugitive" on the stage of Dewan Filharmonik Petronas, and he was very pleased to have this team of supporters.
Here's what the teachers had to say about this trip/event.
From top left: Tan Lai Foon, Jasmine Gan, Helen Goh, Junie Yeo,
& Allyce Goh. From bottom left: Tang Mei Harn & Lisa Quek.
Tan Lai Foon: Well organised trip. Good to have this exposure.
Jasmine Gan: Good exposure to listen to compositions from different countries. A motivating experience.
Helen Goh: Glad to have this opportunity. Impressed by the good compositions and performances.
Junie Yeo: Good to see composers from different countries, different age groups, performing their own compositions. Great bonding time amongst colleagues.
Allyce Goh: Improvisation on the spot was so cool. I was 'wowed' by the compositions. Building bonds with colleagues throughout the journey. A memorable experience.
Tang Mei Harn: It was a very good chance to see the impact of JOC. Inspiring to see the level of musicianship skills displayed, and motivates me to improve myself.
Lisa Quek: A good trip. Got to know colleagues better. Encouraged by the performances.