For the past 19 years, Ms Anna Koh has been teaching piano and theory lessons for advance students up to diploma levels, as well as intermediate students and beginners as young as 3 1/2 years old. She started her piano teaching career since 1999. Ms Anna is a member of the Singapore Music Teachers Association(SMTA), Piano Teachers Circle and Trinity Teachers’ Coterie. She is very passionate about her hobby which became her full-time job. This experience and journey has been a fantastic one that is absolutely very rewarding and satisfying. To be a friend and mentor to her students from all walks of life, allows her to share her life experiences with them and they sharing with her their ups and downs, to see them grow up and become young adults has indeed been an amazing journey for her.
Ms Anna graduated and was awarded the highly sought-after Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music LRSM in Piano Performance, London, UK in 2001 and the AMusTCL Diploma Music Theory from Trinity College Of Music, London, UK in 2001. She was a recipient of the Prestigious Hedy King Robinson Award for achieving Distinction in Grades 6 and 8 Music Theory in 1999 and also graduated from Yamaha Music Academy Singapore with Distinction in Piano Teaching in 2001. Ms Anna was the pianist for Temasek Junior College Choir Performance in 2003 – Reflections IV Wish Upon Dis Star. She won the outstanding Performer’s Award for Creative Category of Piano Festival at the Young Musician Society in 2003, and was the piano accompanist for the American Women’s Association Choir Performance at Victoria Concert Hall- An American Salute in 2005. She was also the piano accompanist for American Club Talentime in 2005, Singapore American School (SAS) Choir Auditions in 2007 and the pianist for Singapore Youth Festival Choir at Victoria Concert Hall in 2007. Apart from these, she was also an active piano accompanist for Violin and Vocal Exams from 2003-2007 and an ad-hoc pianist for fund-raising events from 2006-2007. Ms Anna has been actively involved in music teaching for 18 years and conducts grades 6-8 group theory lessons and enjoys nurturing children as young as 3.5 years old. She is also an effective and productive teacher in individual tutoring. Most of her piano & theory students obtained Distinctions & Merits in their ABRSM music examinations and were winners of the Prestigious Hedy King Robinson Award for scoring Distinctions for ABRSM Grades 6-8 Theory Exams from 2003-2010 and 2015-2017.