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(XXX) has been my beloved brilliant piano student from 2009 to 2011.

XXX is a conscientious piano player who always strives to do her best.  She has a great passion for playing the piano and has displayed a particular talent for interpreting songs. Her learning ability is even much higher than those of the same age group. It is not surprising that her performance has already at Grade 3 in the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Examination in a short period of learning.

During the years, XXX has been well behaved and well trained in music. She has high concentration power in playing the piano, showing her high comprehensive ability, analytical skills, good memory and strong interpretation in the world of music.  She has shown her strong initiative and unique style in music appreciation.  Her passion in music as well as perseverance in piano playing is impressive. She surely plays the piano very well.  She has been an asset in my teaching.

I would not hesitate to recommend XXX to your famous institute.  Given her ability to adapt to changes, she will prove to have no problems in assimilating to your school culture. If you have any queries regarding this recommendation, please do not hesitate to contact us at 68839729. 


Yours faithfully,


     ________________                                              
             Ms Lo XXX

asked Mar 10 '11 at 07:50 sara New member

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Sara, 

 

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