♪ Miss Jin Loh holds a Bachelor Degree (Hons) in Professional Music (UK).

♪ She was accepted into the Dean's List for 5 semesters. 

♪ Miss Jin Loh is an experienced music teacher who has been teaching music for 20 years.

♪ She plays and teaches 6 musical instruments: cello; classical & jazz piano; flute; vocal/singing. electone (electric organ) and guzheng.

♪ For many years, Miss Jin Loh's students scored High Distinctions in ABRSM (UK) music exams (Eg. 144/150 marks) and Trinity London College London (UK) music exams (Eg. 95/100 marks).

♪ Her students won in various National and International Music Competitions.



Miss Jin Loh Received

Trinity College London (UK) Letter of Commendation/Appreciation for Her Outstanding Music Students Exam Results 


Miss Jin Loh Received

ABRSM (UK) Letter of Commendation/Appreciation for Her Outstanding Music Student Exam Result 


2019 Trinity College London Awards & Concert

ALL of Miss Jin Loh’s singing exam students are High Scorers for last year 2018 Trinity singing exams  Eg. 95/100 marks. All these singing students  receive special certificates and medals from Trinity College London. Miss Jin Loh's singing student is invited to perform during the 2019 Trinity College London Awards & Concert. 



2019 Year Euroasia Strings Competition Preliminary Round Bronze Winner

Congratulations to Miss Jin Loh's cello student, Imran, for winning the Bronze prize in the 2019 Euroasis Strings Competition. This was the first time the student took part in a cello competition.



2018 Year The 5th Hong Kong International Music Festival 2018 Music Competition Winner - Bronze Medal (Malaysia Region)

Congratulations to Miss Jin Loh's Singing Diploma (ATCL) music student, Alyson Ng, for winning in the recent 2018 Year "5th Hong Kong International Music Festival 2018 Music Competition". Alyson Ng won Bronze Medal (3rd Prize) in the Malaysia region. This was her first time taking part in a singing competition. 




2015 Asia Piano Competition Gold and Silver Prize Winners


Miss Jin Loh's Piano Students Represented Malaysia. Miss Jin Loh's Piano students won Gold, 1st Prize in National Round, Silver Prize, 2nd Prize in International Grand Final Piano Competition.


Miss Jin Loh's Students Music Exams Outstanding Results


Mid Year of 2019 Trinity College London (UK) Singing Exam Result 

High Distinctions 94/100 Marks 

High Distinction (94/100 Marks) 

Distinction: 80 marks and above
Pass: 60-79 marks

Congratualions to Alicia Lao, Miss Jin Loh's singing student who scored High Distinctions 94/100 marks in the recent singing exam. Alicia scored FULL MARKS (30/30 marks) in "Accuracy & Fluency" singing section + FULL MARKS (10/10 marks) in Programme Notes & Presentation.



Year of 2018 Trinity College London (UK) Singing Students' Exam Results 

All High Distinctions

95/100 Marks, 91/100 marks 

All Singing Students High Distinctions (95/100, 91/100 Marks) 

Distinction: 80 marks and above
Pass: 60-79 marks

Congratualions to all Miss Jin Loh's singing students who scored High Distinctions 95/100 marks and 91/100 marks in the Trinity College London (UK) Singing Exam.




Miss Jin Loh’s ABRSM (UK) Practical Music Student High Distinction Exam Result 144/150 marks


ABRSM (UK) High Scorer's Music Result High Distinction 144/150 marks

Distinction: 130-150 marks
Merit: 120-129 marks
Pass: 100-119 marks


~ Miss Jin Loh's music student was specially invited by ABRSM (UK) to perform in ABRSM High Scorer's Music Concert.




Music Performance Programme Notes & Presentation Skills Exam Assessment/Marking Criteria



Below are how music performance exams programme notes and presentation skills are marked/assessed. For example, the Trinity College London music performance exams for ATCL/LTCL recital programme notes and presentation skills assessment or marking criteria.


How to score distinctions in music diploma exams programme notes and presentation skills section? Below are the tips to score distinction in diploma music performance programme notes and presentation skills.





ATCL or DipABRSM Music Qualifications:

are said to be comparable to the end of the first year of a music degree study in music universities.


LTCL or LRSM Music Qualifications: 

are said to be comparable to the end of a honours music degree study in music universities.


FTCL or FRSM Music Qualifications: 



are said to be comparable to a master level music study in music universities.



  Programme Notes and Presentation Skills Exam Marking Criteria Video


For the Trinity exams ATCL Recital or LTCL Recital exams, 10% or 10 marks is given on programme notes and presentation skills. 


Distinctions: 8-10 marks,  Pass: 6-7 marks, Below Pass: 1-5 marks



The 10% or 10 marks is not given based entirely on how well you write your programme notes, eg. its content only. Marks are also given based on: -


1) How well you time all your individual exam pieces or songs


Are all your pieces or songs timing stated in your programme notes accurate or very close to your actual performance on your exam day? 


2) Are your whole recital, within the given exam time limits?


ATCL Recital whole exam length is about 40 mins. Time durations for playing all your pieces or singing all your songs, must be within 32-38mins.


LTCL Recital whole exam length is about 45 mins. Time durations for playing all your pieces or singing all your songs, must be within 37-43mins.


If your total time playing is less or more than the exam’s given time duration, marks will be deducted.


3) Are your programme, pieces/songs stylistically balanced?


Are you playing all pieces from Romantic period only? Or only playing all slow pieces/singing slow songs only? If yes, its’ considered stylistically not balanced.


4) Do your programme notes content help your audience to appreciate and understand more about the pieces or songs your are playing or singing? 



5) Whole written programme notes is professional and of high quality standard


All details are included? For example, candidate's ID number, exam date, exam time..etc


6) Showing professional stagecraft and confident presentation of your programme


Do you look confident on stage when you play? Do you look like a professional performer?


7) Your attire on the exam day should be suitable for a public concert


Meaning your dress or shirt or pants..etc, your clothing must be suitable for a public concert. Please do not wear your school uniforms or just a simple T-shirt and short pants..etc to play on your exam day.


This also include other people who are involved in your exam eg. your piano accompanist or page turner attire should also be suitable for a public concert. 




Distinctions (8- 10 marks) for Programme Notes & Presentation Skills 


If you show examiner(s) a professional level of presentation and you have all the criteria or aspects as mentioned above, you will receive a Distinction for your programme notes & presentation skills section.


♪   All your individual pieces or songs timing are accurate. Your overall programme time duration is within the given exam time limit.

♪   Your programme is stylistically balanced.

♪   Programme notes content are very informative and it helps your audience to appreciate and understand more about the pieces or songs you are playing or singing.

♪   Written programme notes is professional and of high quality standard. All details are included.

♪   Stagecraft is confident and professional. Attire (clothing) including your piano accompanists, page turner..etc others who involved, are also suitable for a public concert.




Pass (6- 7 marks) for Programme Notes & Presentation Skills 


♪   If examiner(s) finds that your programme notes and presentation skills is satisfactory, okay. 

♪   All your individual pieces or songs timing is mostly accurate. Your overall programme time duration is close to the given exam time limit.

♪   Your programme is moderately balanced.

♪   Programme notes content are informative.

♪   Written programme notes is tidy and neat. Most details are included.

♪   Stagecraft is confident. Your attire (clothing), piano accompanists, page turner..etc others who involved is also suitable for a public concert.




Below Pass (1-5 marks) for Programme Notes & Presentation Skills 


Pieces or songs timing not accurate. The total programme is less or more than the required exam time limit.

programme not balanced. Meaning probably most of your pieces or songs almost same styles or same tempo.

programme notes content too general, not informative.

written programme notes is not neat. Some details are left out.

Stagecraft not confident. Attire (clothing) not suitable for a public concert.






Music is Love.

Love is Music

~ Jin Loh