Mr Dai B.Mus
Piano Teacher &
Mr. Dai is a piano and keyboard teacher, he started his studies at Professional Music School at the age of six. He received his Bachelor of Music Education Degree with Honours from Nanjing Normal University, China.
He has been nominated as the international exchange student came to Italy for studying Postgraduate Course of Music in University of Parma. When finished the course he came back to china as a
music teacher in high school more than ten years
Since being in Australia with Octave8 Dai has achieved a Master of Creative Music Therapy Degree from The University of Western Sydney. He is also a qualified Australian Registered Music Therapist and a member of Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA)..
He performed and placed in numerous festivals and competitions at the state and national level. This includes solo piano performances, the repertoire of composers including Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart,
Bach, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Liszt, etc. He has won prizes at several competitions including the First Rank Award of National Art song contest of in Jiangsu Province of China; Third Rank Award of
National Art and Musical contest in China, he has also been the recipient from the University Scholarship, Educational Trust Award.
After he move to Australia, he continues to freelance as a solo performer and collaborative pianist throughout the West Sydney area, as well as accompany for recitals, concerts, auditions, etc.
Mr.Dai has much experience with students of all ages and abilities including children, early teens, high school and adults all with varying musical interests and abilities. He has experience in teaching AMEB
exams of piano and other music examinations including Music Theory, Solfege and Aural test. Many of his students received outstanding results during examinations and competitions. He also has experience in teaching children with special needs (including Autism, Depression and ADHD).
Although Mr.Dai comes from a strict classical background, he is happy teaching, performing, and enjoying all styles of music with his students from classical to pop, jazz and rock.