Ethereal Piano School is proud to have two highly qualified, capable, and talented teachers who love mentoring our piano students. Our students love learning with them, and so will you!
Phoebe Cho began learning the piano at 7 years old in Tauranga, New Zealand. Following her love for music she obtained an Associate Diploma in piano from the Trinity College of London (ATCL). She has performed and won awards as a piano soloist in various concerts and competitions in Tauranga and Te Awamutu. Phoebe also had the opportunity to play a piano concerto in the Rising Stars Bay of Plenty competition. Asides from performing solo, as a pianist she accompanied the Bethlehem College school choir, Animoso, touring Hong Kong and China, and has been involved in many chamber music groups that have taken out awards in at the regional level. She also has achieved Grade 8 in drums and played in bands and orchestra in and outside of school and have had the opportunity to play in the Sydney Opera house. She is very excited and overjoyed to be guiding the next group of promising musicians.
Anny has a great passion for music. She has achieved an Associate diploma in piano performance from the AMEB (AmusA). She is currently studying theory, and planning to achieve her licentiate diploma in the near future.
She started learning piano at the age of four in her Mother’s piano school, and has loved playing and performing ever since. The experience Anny had with her Mother as a university piano lecturer assisted her in developing her own teaching techniques and style, her communication with students and parents, as well as training her patience to be a more useful teacher. Anny’s history of performance experience is broad. She started at a young age, touring nearby cities of her Mother’s piano school and winning several competitions. However, the more she discovers outside of the musical field, the more passionate she feels for the piano and music. This is why she wants to pass on her talents to all the willing music students. Most importantly, throughout years of pressure, competitions and performing Anny realised that piano is not just about grades and competing; it is a matter of interest, effort and passion in music which can foster appreciation for art in all fields.