Practice and hone your piano skill today with us by requesting a quote from the list of services we provide! Low sisters aims to provide the best of piano services in Singapore to match your needs and requirements, and give you or your children the best piano education they deserves.
Here’s a list of services that we provide.
1. Piano Accompaniment
Accompanists are typically pianists, who play collaboratively with other musicians, most notably vocalists and chamber musicians, in rehearsals and performances.
Of all the major music professions, accompanists are noted for probably having the most technically advanced sight-reading ability, as they are frequently employed for the specific purpose of accompanying auditionees, very regularly without ever seeing the sheet music before the accompaniment gig.
2. Piano Class + Basic Theory Class (Grades 1 to 5)
We specialise in teaching people how to play the piano from all grades up to diploma levels.
We also teach the basic fundamentals of theory from grade 1 to grade 5 as practical and theory go hand in hand. Without the basic theory knowledge, one cannot execute a piece accurately.
A pass in Grade 5 theory is the basic ABRSM requirement for a candidate to progress to practical exams from grade 6 onwards.
3. Sight Reading
The ability to sight read well is a skill that every pianist should have.
It’s the ability to look at a piece of music and play it with very little to no prior rehearsal time.
Sight reading is a skill in which every pianist needs to become familiar, even if it means that he or she is only able to sight read pieces that are at or below his or her level of repertoire-performance.
Sight reading not only involves reading notes, but also encompasses implied musicality.
basic theory from grade 1 to grade 5. A pass in Grade 5 theory is the ABRSM requirement for a candidate to progress to
4. Piano Duet
A piano duet is a piece of music written for two people to play at one piano.
It is often called Piano 4 hands.
Playing piano duets is so much fun.
It’s exciting to put two different parts of music together to make one cohesive piece.
5. Chamber Music
Chamber music is a form of classical music that is composed for a small group of instruments—traditionally a group that could fit in a palace chamber or a large room.