Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Missed the Boat? No Way! - adult violin lessons

Learn the violin with Eileen

Eileen Chai picked up the violin in her first semester at the university and spent a year to achieve an Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music Grade 8 Certification. Soon after, she took the Theory and Piano examinations as well. She has since played in the National University of Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Singapore Youth Orchestra, The Chamber Players and many other chamber groups.

She is also a Ministry of Education (MOE)-certified teacher in both Physical Education & Music. Her years in group and individual teaching has served her well in sharing music knowledge with her students in MOE and music schools.

She has been performing since 2005. Her music repertoire ranges from pop to new jazz to alternative to trance. From an acoustic violinist, playing in hotel functions, at sports events and entertainment gigs to an electric violinist, playing with both local and international DJs, and rock and symphonic new metal bands.

As a former national athlete, her attitude towards elite sport play helped her pick up new skills with much ease, that includes the learning of violin. She is the youngest athlete to have participated in the Southeast Asia Games at seven-years-old; a gold medallist at the Asia Pacific Diving Championship at 15-years-old; and an ex-national record holder in the 100m Hurdles at 27-years-old. Her accomplishments have not been possible without the dedication, perseverance and passion for sport, music and art.

It's never too late to learn the violin. Speed-dial 9396 5354.
 Thank you.

~ Missed the Boat? No Way! ~

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