Hi, everyone!


  • Keep doing the breath exercises, steady air flow
  • breathe in on the same vowel shape that you are singing out on
    long notes: think pulling an exercise band
  • Please purchase the Concone Op.9 exercises, and revise No. 1
  • when singing your songs, think: breathe in at a steady tempo (not too quick), more space and wider vowels for long notes



Alouette: done! Please check your homework book for reminders on new pieces!

Recommended practice: at least 3 times a week, 20mins each time


Recommended practice: at least 5 times a week, 30mins each time


Pg. 44 & 45 ( music track 22) – make sure to play while singing the note names. Remember that the :|| sign at the end of the song means that you are supposed to repeat the song. So, play twice.
Gianna’s Rainbow Song – the notes for the whole song is at the back of your Rainbow Paper. Make sure to place your right hand fingers on C-D-E before you start playing. Use your left hand to point at the letter names and sing the letter names as you play!

Recommended practice: at least 3 times a week, 15mins each time


Bach Minuet – practice HT, with repeats. Use metronome at 60.

Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata – Work on the next section. Slow practice, especially when coordinating the melody and accompaniment in the RH. Write in the LH notes for the last line.

please bring in a notebook for next lesson onwards

please print some blank manuscript pages and bring it in for next lesson.

Handel – have a look at RH notes, please bring in the music

Keep a consistent practice schedule. Use the one we put together in our lesson. Consistent practice leads to consistent progress in piano skills.

Recommended practice: daily, at least 30mins each time


– The Juggler: Practice hands together slowly, be careful of crossovers. Staccatos needs to be shorter. Play according to the dynamics that is shown.

– Traffic Jam: hands together, make sure to keep curving your fingers.



– March of the English Guard: new! Separate hands practice, then hands together

– New Piece: hands together, make sure to curve fingers while keeping wrist even.