Voted to be One of the Best Piano Classes in Singapore, Sylvia Ng Piano Studio has produced one of the world youngest Diploma and Graded piano students.
Sylvia Ng teaches individual piano lesson and small group lesson for any level and any age as young as 3 years old.
Yang Zi Yan
2018 LTCL (Licentiate Trinity College London) Distinction, obtained at the age of 10
2021 LTCL, Licentiate Trinity College London (Diploma level 2), obtained at the age of 11
Jovienne Jiuyu Lu
2022 ABRSM Piano Performance Grade 3, obtained at the age of 3
2014 Grade 8 Trinity College London, obtained at the age of 5
2013 Gr 5 Associated Board Royal School of Music (Merit) Obtained at the age of 4
2012 Gr 1 Associated Board Royal School of Music (Merit) Obtained at the age of 3
Anisha Meera Ratnam
2010 Gr 5 Theory Associated Board Royal School of Music (obtained at the age of 5)
Based in Singapore, we are home to the Louansyl Piano Method, invented by Pianist Sylvia Ng, a proven piano teaching technique that is bound to get children and adults alike mastering the arts of playing the piano in the fastest way possible and yet still able to enjoy their piano lesson and piano course.
Congratulations to students who won international competitions:
Lily Huang : first prize winner of the Grand Virtuoso International Piano Competition 2022.
Alyssa Lee Jia Min: won silver prize and Characteristic Performance Special Prize for 2022 London Young Musicians Competition.
Boo Kiki, Ciara Zhang, Lei Choi Kio, Lily Huang , won prizes in the Singapore Raffles International Music Festival 2022.
Jovienne Jiuyu Lu, received silver award in the 4th Singapore golden lion award International Music Festival 2022 at the age of 4.
Congratulations to students who pursue music degrees:
2009 accepted at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Piano Performance Major
2009 accepted at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Piano Performance
Jonah Ryan Lim
2015 accepted into Young Artist Program (Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music)
2008 accepted at University of Melbourne Bachelor of Music Piano Performance
Music exists for people to enjoy. It is our duty as teachers
and pianists to convey this purpose of music. The
responsibility of performers is to communicate the joy of
music with the audience during the concert. However teachers
have a much greater responsibility because what we teach will
be passed on to the next generation. Teachers who overlook
this aim or even permit their students to forget the joy of
music, have failed in the actual purpose of their profession.
forward to sharing our program with you to meet the
professional standard of piano performance.
Sylvia Ng, Master of Music