So we are convinced that playing the piano is good for the right brain development and after reviewing a few music schools, we went for Aureus. L was extremely excited during the first lesson and at the same time, a tad shy. When the teacher asked her questions, she shied away and did not respond. But I must say that the teacher, although she doesn’t speak perfect English, she is able to engage L and get her to understand the intricacies of piano playing using games and activities that she can comprehend. But because I was trying to coincide her class timings so that we can have one free day in the afternoon, we did another trial class with another teacher. This teacher, although speaks well, she teaches “by the book”. Little kids like L find it dry and boring. So our choice is made. We went for the first teacher. 🙂
L is still excited to go for classes and when she saw the recital room, she said that she wanted to play on the grand piano there. And she said that after her second piano class. Hahaha!