"Nobody notices the accompanist at all. He looks so slender and shy and so modest that people think he's there just to do what he's told, to follow the singer through thick and thin. Well, there's a great deal more to it than that." - Gerald Moore, The Unashamed Accompanist
"It's always really difficult to find someone that has the qualities to be a great accompanist." - Victoria de los Angeles
Doris has taught students at different levels/ages and from different cultural backgrounds. She has extensive experience in preparing students for AMEB, ABRSM and Trinity College piano and theory exams.
Originally from Beijing, Joanna is a classical-trained pianist and a qualified teacher of the Suzuki method. She completed her certificate of performance (Honours) and has performed extensively as a soloist and a piano accompanist.
She believes that every child should have the opportunity to experience music. Music is a wonderful method for the development of character and confidence while providing a way for a child to bond with family, friends and the community. As Dr. Suzuki says, "Where love is deep, much will be accomplished"
Joanna can offer Suzuki or Traditional piano method, Wednesday and Sunday. She is also available as an accompanist and can speak Mandarin.
Sam Zhan is currently pursuing a Masters of Music Studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the University of Sydney. He has completed a Bachelor of Music (Piano Performance) at the Sydney Conservatoirum under the tutelage of Daniel Herscovitch. As a classically trained pianist, he has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician. During his time at the Sydney Conservatorium, he has participated in masterclasses and worked with renowned international artists and pedagogues such as Helen Krizos, Thomas Hecht, Michael Endres and Ingo Dannhorn.
Stansya's passion for the piano began at the age of 4 years old, marking the inception of a lifelong devotion to music. Her journey has been one of continuous growth and accomplishment.
Thi Nhat Ha Nguyen- (Known as SUNNY NGUYEN)
Sunny Nguyen (Thi Nhat Ha Nguyen) was born in Vietnam, began playing the piano at age six and graduated from Ho Chi Minh Conservatory of Music in 2009. Sunny moved to Sydney in 2018 to take up further studies, completing her bachelor’s and master’s Degree under Pianist Luu Hong Quang from Academy of Music and Performing Arts (AMPA) in Sydney.