We want everyone to be able to develop musical skills and fulfil their potential with music
What We Do
Music Studio Forest aims to motivate students at all levels and ages, providing realistic goals and encouraging them for further passion in music.
We teach internationally recognised syllabus from ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall and London College of Music with our team of qualified instructors, providing affordable and quality musical education.
We pride ourselves for our strength in Classical Piano and theory training, with many proven successes and results.
Activities for Students
To give our students more exposure and chances to play for others, we organize mini in-house music gatherings to offer students a chance to showcase their playing to other students and parents from Music Forest Studio.
Students who have music examinations during their course of studies with us will have a chance to take mock examinations within the school, conducted by our principal.
Activities for Instructors
We believe in constant upgrading of our instructors' skills and hope to achieve that via workshops, seminars and masterclasses.
Principal and Head Instructor
Teacher Lena has been teaching for the last 19 years in various music schools and also privately since she graduated from university.
She specialises in both theory and piano classes from young beginners to adult learners.
As a classical pianist, Teacher Lena has also trained under renowned pianists like Adam Gyorgy, Steven Spooner and ABRSM/LCM examiner Robert Langston in techniques and performances.
Lena is experienced in examinations across all exam boards (ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall, London College of Music) and also gives guidance to students for Music and Higher Music as 'O' level subjects. In order to encourage Music Forest Studio's students to perform better, she plans annual concerts to help them gain recital experiences.
Having also completed her Jazz Piano training, Teacher Lena is currently actively pursuing her interest in flute, piano ensembles and early learnin. She hopes to be able to introduce more genres of piano music in her teaching.