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Practice papers produced based on ABRSM theory online examination format.

 

Written by Award Winning Artist, Rosy Chua 

Rosy has written the latest theory publications for students to familiarise themselves with the new online theory examination format. The books help ensure students receive the best practice possible.

About the Author

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International award-winning artist Rosy Chua has over 40 years of teaching experience in the music industry, and is a well-known pianist and composer throughout Singapore and East Asia. In 1979, she represented Malaysia in the Southeast Asia Electone Festival and was awarded 1st Prize and represented Southeast Asia in the Yamaha International Electone Festival held in Tokyo, where she won the Most Distinguished Award. In 2003, she was awarded the Fellowship of London College of Music (FLCM). 

Over the years, she has trained many students for international piano competitions across the globe, including the United States, Europe, Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan Taiwan and Malaysia. Her students have won numerous awards at these competitions.

In addition to teaching and performing, Rosy is also an accomplished composer. Her original piano compositions “Purple Kaleidoscope”, "Fantasy Dream", and “Rhapsody” have been performed at venues all over the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York City (USA), The Esplanade (Singapore), Hong Kong Arts Center, and Australia.

Rosy believes that it is very important for music education to be fun and enjoyable as this stimulates the students' creativity, ignites their passion, and enables them to reach their fullest potential. She has written many music books and developed curriculums based on these beliefs. She conducts seminars regularly to train her team of teachers to equip them with the best teaching methods and tools. 

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