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Lessons for all ages - Adults, teenagers and children!

Effective teaching saves time and money!

Have you or your child been taking lessons for a year or more, yet still having difficulties in note reading and finger technique? 


At Edolcest music, students could play their favourite pop songs using the solfege and chords method within 6 months and many progressed to AMEB exam syllabus in just 1 to 1.5 years of learning from scratch! 


Notable student achievements

Covid striked in early 2020 but that does not stop students from learning and achieving! In fact, more students signed up for AMEB graded exams this year than ever!

- Leo Zhang won 1st prize in Boroondara Eisteddfod (Category: piano solo - 8 Years and under)

- 80% students achieved A or A+ in their exams, 15 % achieved B+ and 5% achieved Bs

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Ella was losing interest in piano until she started lessons with Edolcest music in 2018. Since then, she has achieved A for grade 5 exam and A+ for grade 6 exam!


Annabelle initially only wanted stress free piano lessons. After a year of learning, she requested to sit for a piano exam and received A for her first attempt!

1st prize winner - Leo Zhang (8yo)

1st prize winner - Leo Zhang (6yo)! Leo started piano from scratch in 2017. What a great achievement in 3 years! He is now preparing for grade 5 exam!

Andrew D

Andrew migrated to Melbourne, Australia in 2019. Grade 4 was his first ever piano exam and he achieved an excellent grade A+!


Sie started piano from scratch in 2019 march. She started the exam syllabus in just 6 months and has achieved A on her first exam!

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Sienna worked really hard this year and improved from a B grade in grade 6 (2019) to an A grade in grade 7 (2020)!

Exams kill interest?

The answer to the above question is yes and no.



Exams prepared well and sat at the right time will greatly boost student's confidence. Some students even requested for exams on their own volition. Other than music literacy and aural skills, teachers should focus at building confidence in order to develop performance skills and musicianship in students. 


Music exams aren't easy! Lessons focused solely on graded exams are mentally taxing on students and may take the fun out of music learning. High level of concentration is needed during a performance and students need to overcome their anxiety during the exam process. While exams are great for cultivating discipline, too much focus on exams may kill interest!

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