Hui Yan is a violinist who holds a degree in the Bachelor of Music Performance from the University of Melbourne. She has experience in teaching the violin for the past 5 years. She was also involved as a violinist in various orchestras such as Hopkins Sinfonia, Melbourne Opera, Australian International Symphony Orchestra Institute, Australian International Opera, and Melbourne Youth Music. She is currently completing her Suzuki Primary Accredited Course.
Hui Yan has been involved as a conductor and assistant project manager for a music band of a Buddhist organisation called ‘Soka Gakkai International Australia’. She values the importance of communication, respect, and honesty when it comes to working in a team. She strongly believes in working together as a partnership with her students to nurture both their musical and character developments.
Violin lessons will be based on the Suzuki Method which embraces the holistic development of the learner. Students will learn classical and fiddle styles in a fun, loving and supportive environment. Students will also learn to read, play music by ear and gain a solid foundation in technique.
Lessons are also open for students who have prior experience with playing the violin. Through innovative methods, Hui Yan tailors her lessons to meet the needs of her students, enabling each student to achieve their fullest potential and have fun at the same time.