Piano Teacher Online - Fei Yang

Fei Yang

Piano, Violin

My goal as a music teacher is to provide students with resources to take ownership over their development. I believe the most important thing in piano/violin lesson is fostering an enjoyment for music that last lifetime. My teaching style is to encourage students think on their own rather than merely giving instructions and corrections.

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ABOUT THE TEACHER:

Fei received her Master of music in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy at Brigham Young University (studying on scholarship with Paul Pollei) and her bachelor’s degree from Taiwan’s National Institute of Arts, where she was chosen as the leading accompanist for several years. She has also taken doctorate-level courses in music art with Norman Kreiger at the University of Southern California, and piano-performance classes with Daming Zu, a graduate of The Juilliard School.

Fei has been teaching piano and violin to all levels and all ages from 3 years old to adults for over twenty years. She’s a member of the Mid Cities Music Teacher Association in Texas (mcmta.org) and Music Teacher Association of California ( mtac.org) and has helped many students pass their Certificate of Merit exams. She is also a certified Yamaha Music Education System Teacher.

Fei has experienced teaching group and private piano and violin lessons. Her approach of teaching is to encourage having fun and create an atmosphere where learning and development will thrive!

University of Southern California – Doctorate-level courses in music art and piano-performance classes

Brigham Young University – Master of Music in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy 

Taiwan’s National Institute of Arts – Bachelor’s degree

Fei has performed in piano trios, solo piano recitals, a piano duo recital in Salt Lake City (1996), and in many orchestras as a violinist during her school years. She has also participated in many piano competitions, including the International Vienna Competition (1992), the First International Piano Competition in Taipei (1991), and the National Piano Competition of Taiwan (multiple years). She performed in the Gina Bachauer “Recitals on the Towne” series as well.

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