• My Piano Performances

    My best moments ever when I am performing.

    Me with My Grand Piano.

    During her stay in the United States, Min-Min was given many opportunities to perform and this has definitely built up her confidence and stage presence. She has accompanied many musicians in their vocal, strings and woodwind recitals as well as being part of a piano trio chamber group at the Mid-American Chamber Institute, where she performed the Brahms Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87.


    She was also a guest artiste with the Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra where she performed the Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor to rave reviews. Her performance was featured in the Newspapers.

    The President's Concert in United States with Min Min Tay as guest artist.

    The Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra's 17th season.

  • She has also been invited as guest artiste in Mr Ong’s Students’ Recitals as well as part of the the Charity Concert organized by the Rotary Club held at Victoria Concert Hall for Children in Need.


    She has also actively accompanied flutist for their Final Examinations with ACS International, as well as for the ABRSM Graded Examinations.


    Top right picture :

    She has also been invited as guest artiste in Mr Ong’s Students’ Recitals as well as part of the the Charity Concert organized by the Rotary Club held at Victoria Concert Hall for Children in Need.


    Top left picture :

    Here is a backstage photo with the famous pianist Murray Perahia and Prof Craig Sheppard at Meany Hall,University of Washington, Seattle.


    Bottom right picture :

    Martha Argerich performing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 87 with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.


  • How to be a better Musician and Performer?

    Attend live concert performances. Many students learn music, however very few attend live concerts. We have many world class performances at the Esplanade and you can check out the latest programs on sistic.com.

    There are many benefits for students to attend concerts:

    • Watching a live concert enhances the visual and auditory senses rather than pure listening
    • Expose students to Classical music and build on their music repertoire
    • Develop students’ interest and imprint it in their memory
    • Inspire and motivate them
    • The ambience of a concert hall is different from listening to recorded music from the radio, CD, iPhone or Youtube.


    Teaching Experiences

    Where She Has Worked.

    She has taught music for 12 years now. She started teaching while she was still a music student at the University of Washington in the US. After returning to Singapore, she taught in a music school as a fresh graduate. She trained many music teachers in their weekly Development Courses for the advancement of their Music Teaching Careers and was awarded an Award for Teaching Appreciation at the Music School.

    She than went on to Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, where she worked in the Academic Department as student advisor for curriculum and planning of students’ recitals.

    This led her later to teach at NUS High School for another 4 years where she taught Music Appreciation Classes, Sight-Singing and Ear-Training, Music Theory and Composition.

    Now she is teaching from her own private studio where she teaches piano as well as conduct the Accelerated Theory classes and am still loving what she does, which is… TEACH!

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