Lee Sin Yi
Ms. Melody began piano lessons when she was four and started studying with Ms. Nancy Loo, Ms. Katherine Lu and Ms. Amelia Chan when she accepted for HK Academy for Performing Arts Junior Music Course.
Ms. Melody graduated from the Baptist University, Hong Kong, major in piano performance and pedagogy. Melody has been actively participated in various open competitions and received prizes and scholarship for the outstanding achievements. She also performed extensively around the world including performances in the United States, Vienna, Taiwan, HK Government House, HK City Hall, Cultural Centre.
Ms. Melody is now an experienced piano teacher and accompanist for nearly two decades. She hosts music training classes and workshops in different schools. In recent year, Ms. Melody focuses on music education from toddler age. She believes
that 3-6 years old is the best time for growing the root of music learning. Together with parents support and participation, this will be the best timing for establishing their foundation. This is also helping the lack of concentration, patience, and perseverance that is found in now a day children.
With diverse experience in piano teaching and additional knowledge of the Suzuki Method and Dalcroze Method, Ms. Melody believes the two new concepts with parents engagement in music learning. Students will be well developed with sensitivity, creativity, enthusiasm.
Ms. Melody is currently the early childhood Course Consultant of the Music Children Foundation. She also holds Advanced certification of Jaques-Dalcroze, Suzuki Teacher registered by SAA, Cognitive Motor Level II Trainer of the Crispiani Method and Kindermusik Teacher to support children in different age and level of music learning.
Lee Sin Yi
Sin Yi is a first-class honorary graduate of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Creative Arts and Culture from the Education
University of Hong Kong.
Sin Yi completed her degree with the support of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarships, HSBC Hong Kong
Scholarship, Dame Margaret Zee Student Exchange Scholarship (Music) etc. She have also had the opportunity to study art and music in Europe during her University life.
Passionate about child music education, Sin Yi has studied a course about music teaching methods (Dalcroze, Orff, and
Kodaly) and achieved grade A.
Sin Yi is currently a music-playgroup tutor at several local centres, a private piano and music theory tutor, also a chorus and instrumental accompanist.