Music is a form of Arts, I will guide students to be disciplined and also creative at the same time. I usually use Russian violin methods to train both left hand and right hand. According to each one's ability I will choose the right book for the student.
Lifei is one of our best tutors. They have a high-quality profile, verified qualifications, a quick response time, and great reviews from students!
The pupils have included: (use Suzuki and Russian teaching method)
-two 10 and 11 years old children in Shanghai, 2009
-beginner of 19 years old student in Shanghai, 2010
All the beginners reached high standard before I came back to UK
-Three adults beginner student in London, 2010
-Teaching exams including teach a group of 6 years children and a 13 years old student in London
-one 7, 10 and 13 years old beginner, one adult beginner in Shanghai, 2011
-One adult of grade 8 standard in London, 2011
-two children of beginners 2012
-one adult beginner; help viola and piano friends to improve their performing 2013
-two 5 years old beginners as a group 2014
currently got one adult of grade 8 standard (with me for three years), three Suzuki users; prepare exams for one child, an adult grade 5 (two years), three grade 8 and one child grade 2.
One of the students had an outstanding mark for his violin ABRSM grade 4 exam in London, 2013
two piano grade two students 2015
Two students (originally it was impossible) had passed grade 7 exams
one student got her distiction grade one exam in 2015
Achievements & Personal performing experience:
l Started learning violin at four years old and achieved the highest marks at grade eight and ten in Shanghai, 1998 and 2000
l Attended the music summer course Morningside Music Bridge and won the first prize of Mozart Chamber Music Competition (250th Birthday ceremony) in Shanghai, 2006
Between 2004 to 2007, attended several master classes and communications with other countries
Had a master class with the Russian violinist Zakhar Bron in Shanghai, 2008
In 2007, won the first prize of Concerto Competition at Chetham's School of Music
In 2008, hence the first prize of competition, performance with Chetham's Symphony Orchestra both in Royal Northern of Music and London in Codgan Hall
In 2009, attended the competition of BBC Young Musician.
Had solo live performances in the shopping centre in 2010, Shanghai
In 2012, had first class level of BMus third year recital in Royal College of Music .
Lifei Huang plays like a professional with years of experience behind her. This work gave her ample opportunity to display her strengths – a strong bowing arm, full rich tone on her G-string, ethereal beauty on the E-string and an abandon and virtuosity when required. I am not ashamed to tell you that such was the glory of this performance that I had tears of joy in my eyes throughout. Tonight we heard a star very much in the ascendant and what an auspicious London debut!
Lifei is herself extremely serious and professional in her approach. Each lesson invariably consists of scales and duos and (at least one of) studies and a solo piece. Although there is a lot of time spent on technique, Lifei is constantly stressing the musicality of all the passages. My own job allows me to fully appreciate Lifei's approach to teaching, and I am sure she adapts this quickly when teaching younger adults, or again when coaching children.
I always looked for great musicians to join my musical project and the best one I found is with no doubt Lifei. She understood the deep reasons of my music more than anybody else I played with bringing an unheard , special , meaningful depth to my songs. She is a musician and a poet at the same time , and this the measure of an artist. I assure to whoever is interested in playing with her or have her as a music teacher , that she is patient , capable , serious energetic and pleasant to work with.
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