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Forte Music Training studio in Woodlands engages piano teachers to take on students as we expand our music business in the northen part of Singapore. Presently, we have teacher Candice and teacher Hannah teaching our students during the weekends. Please feel free to contact us for the teaching schedules in our Woodlands Studio.

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Forte Music Training studio in Woodlands engages piano teachers to take on students as we expand our music business in the northen part of Singapore. Presently, we have teacher Candice and teacher Hanna teaching our students during the weekends. Pls feel free to contact us for the teaching schedules in our Woodlands Studio.

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Candice Loo is passionate about performing arts from a young age. Apart from learning piano, she was also part of her school’s choir during her primary and junior college years and was a member of Ori Tahiti Singapore dance group for 7 years. She attained a Diploma in Songwriting and Production from School of Music and the Arts in 2015 and an Ori Tahiti Training Level 1 certificate from the Artistic Conservatory of Tahiti in 2016. During these courses, she was exposed to a diverse genre of music and culture.

Candice encourages her students to listen and play music from various genres as she believes that this will make them better musicians. She has also taught students with special needs at Rainbow Centre and was an intern and volunteer for Very Special Arts Singapore Ltd. As such, she is not only empathetic and observant but also adept in breaking down content to make them more digestible for her students. In addition, she continually explores creative ways to make her lessons more engaging for her students.

She hopes that music education will enrich her students’ life and inspire them to be life long learners of music.

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Chloe Teo has a strong interest and passion for music, and has been taking piano lessons for the past 8 years. In her free time, she also enjoys picking up other instruments, such as the ukulele and cello. Growing up, Chloe was part of her secondary school choir, and served as the Vice Chairperson of her CCA, piano ensemble, in junior college. Chloe also studied music as part of her GCE A levels,  which allowed her to be exposed to diverse genres of music, as well as study in depth about music composition. Today, she has written 7 pieces for various instruments from all instrument families. She was also awarded the Sim Hay Lum Music Elective Programme Scholarship. 

Chloe believes in exposing her students to a wide variety of music across different genres and time periods. Beyond the technicalities of piano playing, she hopes that students will be able to learn more about the background and history of the music they are playing as well. She believes that music has the power to connect people and bridge divides, as well as deeply inspire both listeners and performers alike. She hopes to foster the same love and joy for music that she has discovered in her students.

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Candice Loo is passionate about performing arts from a young age. Apart from learning piano, she was also part of her school’s choir during her primary and junior college years and was a member of Ori Tahiti Singapore dance group for 7 years. She attained a Diploma in Songwriting and Production from School of Music and the Arts in 2015 and an Ori Tahiti Training Level 1 certificate from the Artistic Conservatory of Tahiti in 2016. During these courses, she was exposed to a diverse genre of music and culture.

Candice encourages her students to listen and play music from various genres as she believes that this will make them better musicians. She has also taught students with special needs at Rainbow Centre and was an intern and volunteer for Very Special Arts Singapore Ltd. As such, she is not only empathetic and observant but also adept in breaking down content to make them more digestible for her students. In addition, she continually explores creative ways to make her lessons more engaging for her students.

She hopes that music education will enrich her students’ life and inspire them to be life long learners of music.

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Chloe Teo has a strong interest and passion for music, and has been taking piano lessons for the past 8 years. In her free time, she also enjoys picking up other instruments, such as the ukulele and cello. Growing up, Chloe was part of her secondary school choir, and served as the Vice Chairperson of her CCA, piano ensemble, in junior college. Chloe also studied music as part of her GCE A levels,  which allowed her to be exposed to diverse genres of music, as well as study in depth about music composition. Today, she has written 7 pieces for various instruments from all instrument families. She was also awarded the Sim Hay Lum Music Elective Programme Scholarship. 

Chloe believes in exposing her students to a wide variety of music across different genres and time periods. Beyond the technicalities of piano playing, she hopes that students will be able to learn more about the background and history of the music they are playing as well. She believes that music has the power to connect people and bridge divides, as well as deeply inspire both listeners and performers alike. She hopes to foster the same love and joy for music that she has discovered in her students.

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