Everyone wants the best piano teachers in Singapore for their children. Everyone wants to pay the lowest rates. However, how do you find these teachers, and do BOTH of them exist simultaneously – good and cheap? Let us explore that in this article.
How to find the best piano teachers:
1. You can ask for a referral from a friend. If you have a friend whose child scored well in the piano exams, and loved the piano teacher’s teaching, you may ask that friend for a referral. This is one of the best ways you can find a good piano teacher in Singapore if you have many friends with children learning the piano. However, if you do not, then this may not be a feasible option.
2. If you are unable to get a great piano teacher through a referral, then your best alternative would be to look for a piano tutor agency. In fact, I recommend this over the first method of referral, however, some people do not know how to use the Internet, so I recommend they stick to the first method. If you know how to use Google and search, you can easily Google for piano tutors in Singapore. These agencies do not take a commission from you, and do not mark up their rates. With the exception of a few which MAY collect a registration fee from you, the rest simply charge you the exact rates that the private piano teachers are charging you. They do not mark up. They do take a huge commission from the tutors, and so that is how they survive, without affecting students.
One of the best things about agencies is that they have literally zero incentive to recommend you a bad teacher. Recommending you a bad teacher and a good teacher makes them the exact same amount of money. Additionally recommending you a bad teacher will only spoil their reputation. Therefore, most agencies are pretty ethical and will only recommend you great and highly recommended piano tutors in Singapore.
How to find the lowest rates teachers in Singapore:
Rates are usually pretty much fixed, and there is a range of prices that tutors in Singapore charge. This list are easily found on Google by searching for something like ‘piano lessons Singapore prices’. As long as you stick to a good piano teacher agency as recommended above, and make sure that it is not too high up in the range as found online generally, then you should do just fine.