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Ethan Wang – 1st Place winner for the BCRMTA Student Composer Competitions 2014 Division A – 11 & under

Composition: Mission to Mars

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Students who registered with Tom Lee Music Academy with 30 or more lessons will be eligible for  the Tom Lee Music Academy Student Card.  Discounts will be given when you make any in store purchase including our Piano department, Home Keyboard Department, Print Music department, Drum and Percussion Department as well as the Digital Department.  Students who have re-enrolled in the spring will receive their cards through their teachers by the end of September.  All student cards are non-transferrable and will have August 31, 2015 as the expiry date.

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Students who purchased any Yamaha brand musical instruments may entitle to rebate towards any programs they register with Tom Lee Music Academy.  The rebate can be transferred to any family members who would like to enroll for a course with us.  Moreover, you may apply your rebate towards any course of your choice, not necessary with the same instruments you purchase.

Please consult with the School Administrators as well as with the Sales Consultant regarding details and applications of the rebates.  Our goal is to encourage more students to make music part of their life.

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Music is a powerful way to expand your child’s mental development because it triggers nearly every region of the brain. 

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Caption: (from left to right) Stephen Couldridge, Education Manager of Yamaha Music Canada presenting the Tom Duffin Memorial Scholarship to Silvy Lin at the Whistler JOC Camp.

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Congratulations to the students of Ms. Rebecca Chan (RMT, A.L.C.M., L.L.C.M.) who have achieved the highest score for their respective grade levels with the Richmond Registered Music Association.  From left to right, Samantha Phu (Grade 5 RCM piano), Joshua Kwok (Grade 7 RCM piano), Adrian Chen (Grade 2 RCM piano), Sam Wong (Grade 8 piano) and Nicole Chiu (Grade 9 piano). They all started with Yamaha Junior music course  at the age of 4 with Ms. Rebecca Chan.  Samantha and Joshua have also completed Junior Advance Course.  Currently, they are all students of our Ensemble Club  in Richmond. 

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A Letter of Appreciation

3/21/2014 5:39 PM

A Letter of Appreciation was sent to Ms. Debbie Cave, our Yamaha teacher in Vancouver and Coquitlam schools.

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Congratulations to Alice Man and her teacher Ms. Chieko Louie!  Alice has received her Gold Medal with Highest Marks in the 2013 RCM Grade 8 Flute Examination in B.C.  Alice began her musical journey at four joining our Yamaha Junior Music Course with Ms. Rebecca Cheng as her teacher. She has graduated with the Yamaha Extension Course and continued her piano study and achieved her ARCT in piano performance in 2013.  She also began her flute lessons a couple of years ago with Ms. Chieko Louie at the Tom Lee Music Richmond Academy. She has been an active flutist in her school band as well as the Richmond Youth Orchestra.  Currently, Alice is in Grade 11 and preparing for University next year.

Alice Man with teacher Ms. Chieko Louie at the RCM Convocation on at UBC Chan Centre on March 2, 2014

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The Historic Steinway Hall Tour

Across from Carnegie Hall in Manhattan New York is the Steinway Hall. Surrounded by construction blocks, its entrance was hardly noticeable.  In the midst of pouring rain and snow, we entered this historical building.  The marvelous paintings and the beautiful chandelier from the rotunda has drawn our attention.  Walking down the hallways are showrooms with different models of Steinway Grand pianos.  Photos of famous Steinway Artists are posted on the walls of the showrooms.  Upstairs are the rehearsal rooms and a mini-recital hall.  The history of Steinway and Sons are displayed inside the showrooms.  As I was signing my name on the guest book, I realized this place will be history as it has been sold and this hall will move to somewhere else in the next couple of months.

 

 

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Crescendo International Competition – Honor Recital at  Carnegie Hall’s Weill’s Hall

On  Monday February 17, 2014, eighteen Vancouver students performed at the Crescendo International Piano Competition at  Carnegie’ s Weill’s Hall.  It is quite an experience for the children to have an opportunity to play in this historical building.  The concert went smoothly and all students were presented with very elegantly designed certificates.  All first place winners were awarded a small scholarship for encouragement.

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