Hai Chi

Piano Teacher

Hai Chi

SAA Member


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Hai Chi is a classically trained piano instructor, professional chamber musician with a master’s degree, and music producer taught by Berklee College of Music.

Ms. Chi is a certified Suzuki Piano Teacher and the Royal Conservatory of Music teacher in piano, a Steinway educational partner. She works as a faculty member of the International School of Music, Potomac, MD, a chair of the Festival of Music, MCMTA, an active member of the Maryland State Music Teacher Association affiliated with the Music Teacher National Association, and a lifetime member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. She was a chair of Ribbon Room from the Plano Music Teacher Association affiliated with the Texas Music Teacher Association. Also, Ms. Chi was a church musician for the children’s choir in the Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX. Except for being a private piano and voice teacher in Plano, TX, She was also a Piano and Voice Faculty member in the highly-rated Music School in Frisco, TX.

Ms. Chi has more than 15 year’s experience teaching all genres of music in China and the United States (Illinois, Texas, Ohio, and Maryland) to any level of students aged five and up. She can teach students music both in English and Chinese. Ms. Chi has taught students from different cultural backgrounds and countries like China, the United States, India, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany, and Mexico. After studying piano lessons with her, an increasing number of Ms. Chi’s students genuinely fell in love with playing piano, and some of her students became professional musicians. Each student in her studio has equal performance opportunities, such as annual recitals, several music festivals, music examinations in the USA, and competitions.

Hai Chi’s piano teaching philosophy inspires and encourages all students’ potential abilities and hearts to love music. In her piano studio, the process of teaching music is listening, singing, playing, and improvisation, respectively, which imitates learning a native language. So, her students can learn piano enjoyable and progress confidently and gradually.