Welcome! We are Supercats, not Copycats!

I am proud to announce that all my students read music notes, they are independent learners. They are not COPYCATS!

Come learn piano with superheros THE Supercats! This new piano curriculum has 30 books and covers 5 years of one-to-one piano lessons! Here are topics of what you will learn:

  • Why is the Dog so sad?

  • How the Elephant rescuing the Girl and Boy.

  • There are two Supercats - one can fly and another one can swim!

  • Along the journey to the Jungle, you will also learn about the Normal Cat.

  • How the Friendly Fish hides from the Angry Alligator, ETC...

  • It is so fun, easy and moderately pace, even a 3.5 years old can follow it!

  • This innovative curriculum do not use the acronym “Every Good Boy Does Fine”

My studio is now full, so the openings are limited. If you know the value of piano lessons and a professional piano teacher, then follow these 7 steps:

  1.  Please observe my teaching style to see if you are comfortable with it.

  2.   Read How To Get The Most Out Of Piano Lessons to see if piano lesson fit your lifestyle.

  3.   Watch this video There are no bad students, only inflexible teachers.

  4.  Complete this Contact Form.

  5.  Receive an email that contains your FREE material, Piano Parents Handbook (tips on how to select piano, how to encourage students to practice more etc). 

  6.  Print all attached files and organize them into a binder with tabs.

  7.  Show up at studio, bring your materials and enjoy your lessons!

The purpose of these Introductory Lessons are for us to get to know each other. Due to the long-term mentoring, one-on-one nature of piano lessons, it's very important that we keep the golden triangle of “Parents-Student-Teacher” in same goals, similar values, and compatible personalities.


  1. To promote interest in music among students

  2. To foster a community that value piano education

  3. To teach in holistic approach to promote a love of learning and independence

  4. To build a good relationship with students

  5. To always have passion and patience towards students

  6. To be flexible to suit student’s learning style and desire goals

  7. To have open door policy towards parents and always honest in assessments and opinions

  8. To teach in a balanced way between learning piano for fun and taking Certificate of Merits Piano Test

What is your learning style?

Lesson Number #56 by Mei.

Bunny Ears! First we learn how to put our fingers onto piano by Kinesthetic Technique. Then, we start playing the song by using Auditory Technique. Student listen to what I played then repeat it. Lastly, I always point to the notes that we played on the page so that our learning process is reinforced by Visual Technique.

Extraordinary Results in Every Student!

There is music in every person, and it is my responsibility to help each student realize his/her musical dreams and goals. Fundamentally I want my students to have a positive learning experience that pushes each student to a level they never thought possible; to reach their highest versions of themselves. I prepare each of our students with a solid foundation that lends itself to numerous non-musical benefits such as grit, determination, persistence, spatial reasoning, problem solving, self worth and more. I know how to teach and get results that last a lifetime.

Student Goals

1.    Musical literacy (Fundamentals)

2.    Enjoyment in the learning process (Grit!)

3.    Enriching public performances (Creativity)

4.    Inspired Learning (Passion)

5.    Doing something well (Pride)


The relationship of the teacher to the student and parents, or the adult enrolled, is key. Likewise, so is lesson attendance and consistency in home practice. Effort x Skill = Mastery. Studio use the following 5 quality controls to achieve the goals with each student:

·         Teacher/Student/Parent Goal Alignment

·         Consistent Lesson Attendance

·         Creative Solutions to Absences

·         Practice Chart (expectation of practice is 5 days per week)

·         Lesson Assignment Book

·         Lifetime Music Notebook (separate or at the back of your Assignment Book)

    Project Outline

Many people ask what they can expect from us when starting their music lessons. It's a legitimate question, and one that I feel is possible to answer in a more concrete way if we outline years of study. Here is an outline of what you can expect during your tenure with me:  

Based on 30 minutes weekly lessons, you can expect



What is that means?

CM Test

Finished Book 3 by

Lesson 10

Yes, you can read music!

Cannot take test yet

Finished Book 7 by

Lesson 35

Finish Kindergarten

CM Level Prep

Finished Book 11 by

Lesson 65

Finish Grade 1

CM Level 1

Finished Book 16 by

Lesson 95

Finish Grade 2

CM Level 2

Finished Book 20 by

Lesson 125

Finish Grade 3

CM Level 3

Finished Book 24 by

Lesson 175

Finish Grade 4

CM Level 4

Finished Book 30 by

Lesson 260

Finish Grade 5

CM Level 5

*Average based on the detail data that I collected from all my students all these years of teaching!

After Level 5, students should have enough information what they want to do, which usually result in two categories:

Category One – Continue piano lesson with a goal of not taking CM test. Yes, you hear me right, not taking test is also a very good goal! In fact, this is the goal for most musicians. It’s a level of mastery that is achieved which allows for incredible freedom to learn whatever one might want. Classical, jazz, or composition, lead sheet etc. This is when music learning really starts to become fun. Students have a solid skill set, many performances in their experience bank, and all kinds of creative opportunities to help spark their individual interests. More student input is encouraged during this time and requests are taken seriously.

Category Two – Continue piano lesson with a goal of taking CM test all the way to Level 10. Oddly enough, I found that it is harder to skip a level in CM test when students are in the lower level. When a student reach Level 5, it would be very easy to skip to Level 7, or sometimes Level 8. According to the data that I collected from all my students over the years, it takes a shorter duration to go from Level 6 to Level 10 (total 5 levels) compare to Level Prep to Level 5 (total 6 levels)  During this Level 6 to 10, students will be given copied sheet music instead of following a certain method books. However, for the theory part, we will still following the books and no skipping level is allowed. Most likely your theory level will determine which CM Level you will take next year.




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