We are proud to be a part of many events around the country with some of popular piano players' names.
Spring Piano Recital '20
The first performance of our Do Mi No music family was organized in November, 2020, called Spring Piano Recital. At that time the studio was called Topic Piano Studio before it was renamed officially to Do Mi No Piano Studio.
There were 12 participants on age of 5-13 years old.
Masterclass with Jason Bae (Cancelled)
We are very excited to be able to announce that students of Do Mi No Music Studio will be having a Masterclass with Maestro Jason Bae:
16th October 2021, Saturday - Westlake Boys High School,
Main Auditorium - 9.45am to 12.45pm.
Jason Bae is the Founder & Music Director of Afflatus Ensemble, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Conducting Fellowship Programme Conductor for 2020/21, Artistic Director for the Embassy of Republic of Korea to New Zealand and Music Director of ‘Beyond Area 21’ in Seoul.
Jason was awarded 1st Prize in the 2008 Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition in New York, which led to a performance at the Carnegie Hall in Weill Recital Hall. In the same year, he won the New Zealand Young Performer of the Year. In 2009, he won 2nd prize at the Lev Vlassenko International Piano Competition in Brisbane, Australia, where he also received the 'Pnina Salzman Memorial Prize for the Best Performance of Work by Chopin'.
We cannot wait to work with Jason Bae on the selected repertoire and see the results of this cooperation.
If you would like to take part as a General Admission, which is limited to 10 seats, please purchase your ticket here
Name that Tune! Piano recital '21
Our tradition continues...
This year we are planning our Annual Piano Recital to be of a different character - Popular Songs and Tunes from Movies. We look forward to another event that will bring joy and a smile to our audience. Our students are working hard on their music selection and will surprise you all with their performance.
Three persons that will be selected from the pool and have their answers right, will get a special, "sweet", prize.