Western University of Health Sciences
I first enrolled in Melody Academy of Music almost 20 years ago when I was only 4 years old. At the time, I was just starting to learn how to play the piano. I distinctly remember always looking forward to my music sessions on the weekends because MAM made it so enjoyable. From the games to the lessons, there was never a dull moment. My very first lessons were with Melody Wu, from which I later transitioned to private lessons with Flora Wong. Thanks to my teachers at MAM and the musical education they offered, I have always felt musically inclined. To this day, the ability to connect with music has helped me in almost every aspect of my life. MAM instilled in me an everlasting love and appreciation of music. It is with the highest degree of praise and admiration that I say thank you to Melody Wu, Flora Wong, and Melody Academy of Music.
Graduated from Stanford University
I attended Melody Music School when I was 4. The teachers introduced me to the wonder of music and helped me build confidence to play music and share it with others. While I'm not a musician, to this day, I still come back to the piano as a hobby that helps me stay grounded and peaceful. Thank you Melody Music School!
Ethan Henry Saxe
In my experience at MAM, I have found that Melody provided a basis for what allowed my musical growth to flourish, teaching me concepts that would carry over to any instrument I played in the future. She is incredibly friendly and patient and works well with children of all age groups!"
My name is Eric Deng and I am currently a Robotics Engineer working at Facebook after graduating from
University of Southern California. “Dinosaur D” is the very first music note that I learned from Mrs. Wu
in my first class at MAM – it is hard to think that was 17 years ago. I still remember every Saturday
morning I would look forward to my MAM classes – for the fun (YES – she made music very fun for a 5
year old!) and to collect my dinosaur stickers. MAM really has a great way to teach young kids and
inspire them. The effort was put into each recital (to make the students get the sense of
accomplishment!) was tremendous. I am very grateful that my mom signed me up for MAM and music
has since then been a big part of my life (I played both piano and oboe later) -- it all started with that
very first note “D”.