Year of 2018 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 

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 is her first time taking part in a singing competition. Alyson Ng is selected to represent Malaysia to compete in the final round singing competition in Hong Kong. However unfortunately Alyson is unable to travel to Hong Kong during the final round competition in Hong Kong... 

Miss Jin Loh's Piano Diploma Students Represented Malaysia and Won Gold, 1st Prize in National Round, Silver Prize, 2nd Prize in International Piano Competition

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.

Year of 2018 Miss Jin Loh’s Trinity College London (UK) Singing Students Exam Results - All High Distinctions 95/100 Marks and 91/100 marks 

Trinity College London (UK) Singing May 2018 Exam Result 

100% pass with High Distinction (90-95/100 Marks) 

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

All Miss Jin Loh's singing students scored High Distinctions 95/100 marks and 91/100 marks. Miss Jin Loh is all the students' first singing teacher.

Year of 2018 November Miss Jin Loh’s Trinity London College (UK) Singing Exam Result November/December 2018 - Distinction 87/100 marks 

Congratulations to Miss Jin Loh’s Singing student, Celine See, for scoring a Distinction on her singing exam. She was marked by a professional female singer examiner with 30 years of singing experiences; sang with New York Philharmonic Orchestra; a founder of a singing academy..etc. She gave Miss Jin Loh’s singing student a Distinction, 87/100 marks. Miss Jin Loh is the students' first singing teacher.

Distinction is 80 marks and above

Why Cello Pegs Slip?

~ By Jin Loh

Cello Questions:  Why my cello pegs keep slipping? What are the reasons that cause slipping cello pegs and sticking cello pegs? Why does my cello tuning keep slipping out of tune?

Reasons for Slipping Cello Pegs, Sticking Cello Pegs

1)  Cello pegs are not pushed in while turning the pegs

The cello pegs may slip if we do not push the pegs in a little, while we turn the cello pegs. This helps to 'lock' the cello pegs inside the cello peg box.

2)  Cello string hole on the cello peg is too close to the cello peg box wall

The cello peg would not be able to pushed in far enough to hold the tuning properly, if the cello string hole on the peg is too close to the peg box wall.

Solution:; a) Change another new cello peg; b)  Drill a new small hole further in the same cello peg that matches the string thickness. 

3)   Cello peg and its cello peg hole are not fitted well with each other

If the cello pegs or the cello pegs holes are indented, not perfectly round, it causes the cello pegs not able to stay put.

This slipping and sticking cello peg problems are found more often in lower quality student cellos, where cellos are just mass produced by factory without much attention or care given on the cello's construction details.. 

4)   Humidity Level is Low 

Cello pegs tend to dry out easily especially during winters when the humidity level is very low.

Solutions: Avoid keeping your cello near heater/heat vent, radiator.

5)   Sudden changes or fluctuations in temperatures 

The cello pegs may slip and go out of tuned if the cello woods contract or expand. Try to avoid a sudden temperature changes (big differences) from a cold place to a hot place or hot place to a cold place. 

Solution:  If you need to move your cello from a hot place to a cold place or vice versa, try to let your cello get used to the room temperature over some time . If possible, keep or store your cello in room temperature environment. Avoid keeping your cello in basement, attic, heat vent and radiator.

Music is Love.

Love is Music

~ Jin Loh