Our piano teachers are carefully chosen for their ability to encourage exploration and expose students to a variety of styles. They’re reliable and personable people, passionate about their calling, who form real relationships with their students through their love of teaching. They will nurture your curiosity and help you laugh at your mistakes, earn your rewards, and feel proud of achieving your goals.
Care is taken to match our teachers and students, so our starting point will always be
to understand your needs and wants, finding the best fit for you.
Dan is a classically trained composer who now writes for the big screen. His music features on several award-winning short films and documentaries, some of which have screened at Cannes; as well as numerous cinema and television advertisements, such as for the RSPCA. Dan is also an accomplished audio engineer who regularly produces concert recordings for various community orchestras. If he's not at at the piano, then he’s probably on a tennis court. www.danielbunting.com.au/
Reuben has been playing piano from the age of five and teaching it from the age of 15. He's classically trained in piano and has completed the AMEB course in Musicianship which greatly heightened his knowledge of composition in the Baroque and Classical styles. He's a big believer in students loving what they learn and learning what they love.
He loves music, baking and hanging
out with friends.
Christina hails from Melbourne, bringing her flair for teaching and many years of experience with her. She thinks teaching is the best job in the world, and loves laughing and having fun with her students. She's interested in everything creative - music festivals, jamming with friends, sketching, reading and writing. She studied both music and creative writing at university and hopes one day to write a novel in the style of Marquez. Give the girl a dance floor and she'll be the first one on it and the last one to leave!
Adeline began piano at age 6 and started teaching at 15. Growing up in a family of classically trained musicians, her fondest memories were of her father singing excerpts from Puccini’s operas and attending concerts conducted by her uncle. Today, she hopes to transmit those same feelings of joy and elation to her students, creating a platform for them to freely express who they are as individuals. In her spare time, you can probably find her being bitten by mosquitoes whilst stargazing.
Mirko is a professional musician and educator, specialising in contemporary music, jazz and latin styles. He has vast performance experience and continues to perform live with his two bands and as a session musician. Mirko uses music as a way to artistically express or reinterpret the world around him every day. He finds passing on his knowledge to students to be an invaluable teaching-learning process that never stops.
Soo Ji was introduced to the piano at the age of three and quickly reached an accomplished level. She's highly qualified and has worked as a piano teacher, performer and accompanist for over 17 years, providing over 100 students - from young beginners through to AMusA level - with engaging, tailored lessons. She has perfect pitch and enjoys playing by ear and creating new arrangements for music.
Kailesh is a composer, pianist and teacher, deeply passionate about all areas of music. He first trained extensively in classical piano and has since become a keen improviser and lover of jazz and contemporary music. He also composes film music, having written for live theatre as well as several short films - his taste in music is varied and all-encompassing. He maintains a strong interest in politics, science-fiction, and the humanities in general.
Originally a Blue Mountains gal, Heidi is a well-seasoned performing artist in Australian band Cloud Control where she sings, plays keyboard and tambourine — mostly all at once. Heidi cut her teeth on classical piano and has an enduring love for Debussy and Rachmaninov conciertos, which she believes are best enjoyed when its raining. She has been writing songs and lyrics with the band for 11 years and loves to help people find the stories they want to tell through music.
Soowon grew up constantly surrounded by music, under the influence of her grandfather who loved classical music and her aunt who was a pianist. Soowon mostly performs classical music, but loves to listen to jazz. Her favorite jazz musician is Stan Getz. Soowon’s mother had always thought of her as a bouncing rugby ball because no one knew what she was going to do next and she always thought differently to others!
Joah is an accomplished pianist and accompanist. Over the past decade she has pursued her passion for teaching – endeavouring to engage her student’s brightness by delving into the intellectual, emotional and spiritual breadth of music during the learning process. She is known for her love of spontaneous improvisation, but is also crazy about writing, milk tea, walking and rainbows.
DATES for 2018
Term 1: 29th January – 15th April
Term 2: 30th April – 8th July
Term 3: 23rd July – 30th September
Term 4: 15th October – 16th December
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Prior teachers just weren’t engaging with me. As soon as I started to work with Josh my attitude changed completely.
works a treat!
Who would have thought that kid’s piano lessons could be so much fun?!
The teacher's priority is playing music and specifically, the music that the student is listening to.
Play Music taught my daughter to play tunes that she knew and liked and it made a huge difference.
Play Music has made learning piano as an adult a breeze.
Roslyn's manner is perfect for older students and we have been able to work together to find exactly what learning style works for me - no boring bits here!!
The convenience of lessons in
my own home is a bonus.
I would definitely recommend Play Music to anyone looking to learn the piano.