Friends of Yamaha

Yamaha Music School has been in Singapore since the 1960s. Through the decades, our dedicated team of instructors strived to nurture the musicality of our students and instill the joy of creating and sharing music so that they develop a lifelong love for music. Some of our students and even parents are here to share with us their experience of the Yamaha Music Education System (YMES).

In the picture: 13-year-old Chen Guan You (4th year of Advanced Ensemble Course), 11-year-old Chen Guan Zuo (2nd year of Advanced Ensemble Course), and 6-year-old Chen Guan Jun (3rd year of Yamaha Junior Course) with their father.

The Chen brothers attend music lessons at Yamaha Music School Thomson. What do the Chen brothers like about Yamaha group courses?

This 12-year-old student from YMS Thomson is Wong Xin Hui Rachael. She’s in her 2nd year of Advanced Ensemble Course, and also a student of Yamaha Piano Course. Here is the reply of her mother, Mrs. Mae Wong, to the question on how Yamaha courses have benefited her daughter.

10-year-old student Toh En Qi attends Junior Ensemble Course at Yamaha Music School Frontier Community Club and is now in her 2nd year. Her siblings, 8-year-old QiHeng and 6-year-old En Xin are both in the  Yamaha Junior Course. Ms. Liang Kai Poh, mother of the Toh siblings, says this of YMES courses.

10-year-old Tze Ning learns music (Advanced Ensemble Course) at Yamaha Kallang branch. Her sister, 6-year-old Tze Xin, is in the 3rd year of Yamaha Junior Course, also at Yamaha Kallang branch. Their Dad notices the two siblings like different subjects and are good in different areas.

11-year-old Jodie Poh Zhao Xuan is a student enrolled in Advanced Ensemble Course at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Her mother, Ms. Elaine Lee, gives positive feedback on the YMES courses.

5-year-old Kayden Ang, 7-year-old Kylie Ang, and 10-year-old Kara Ang are siblings who are enrolled in Yamaha Junior Course (2nd year), Yamaha Junior Course (4th year), and Advanced Ensemble Course respectively, at Yamaha Kallang branch. Kara is concurrently enrolled in Junior Electone Course at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Their mother, Ms. Irene Ng who has a grade 8 practical piano certification, says this when asked to comment on the YMES.

Ms. Lim Li Koon, mother of 8-year-old Cheng Gin Yee who is in the 4th year of Yamaha Junior Course, affirms that Yamaha group courses do indeed sustain interest of young students.

Sharon Tay Hui Xin, 11 years old, is a student in her 2nd year of Advanced Ensemble Course. Her mother, Ms. Alison Heu, says she has gone beyond textbooks in her learning process.

In the picture are 12-year-old Alysa Koh Jing Xuan who attends Advanced Ensemble Course and her sister, 9-year-old Maegan Koh Yi Xuan who is enrolled in Junior Ensemble Course. Both are from Yamaha Kallang branch. Ms. Ow Wai Lin comments on her daughters’ learning experience.

12 year-old twins Ng Le Yang and Ng Le Xin have been in the Yamaha Music Education System since they were 4 years old. They began their musical journey at Yamaha Junior Course, progressed to Junior Ensemble Course, and thereafter, Advanced Ensemble Course. They are currently enrolled in the 3rd year of Advanced Ensemble Course at Yamaha Kallang Branch. Just what do they like about Yamaha group courses? Here’s what the twins and their parents say.

7-year-old Jovin Cheong is a Yamaha Junior Course student in her 4th year, at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Mother of Jovin, Ms. Lee Bee Shien shares with us what she likes about the Yamaha Education System Courses and its benefits.

9-year-old Shannon Lee Karim attends Junior Ensemble Course at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Her mother, Jessica Lee, tells us that Shannon has made significant progress through YMES.

11-year-old Larissa Chan Mei Huen is currently enrolled in Advanced Ensemble Course (2nd year), at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Her mother, Alysia Ling, has this to say about YMES and its courses.

9-year-old Charlotte Lim Xin Yi is a 2nd year student of Junior Ensemble Course, at Yamaha Plaza Singapura branch. Her mother, Ms. Chan Wai Ling, tells us about the benefits of Yamaha’s group lessons.