Muso Music Academy

Teaching WA Children to Love Music
Muso Music Academy inspires young children to love music and achieve excellent results through one-on-one premium private lessons, master classes and concerts. We teach violin, flute and piano!

Frequently Asked Questions

We follow the AMEB curriculum scales and pieces.

Our Muso team teach in various teaching styles that are fun, challenging and encouraging. We tailor our teaching style to the student’s personality and goals whilst also help build their self confidence. Muso’s vision is to help all our young Musos love music and achieve high excellent results.

No, Muso students are only required to sit two exams up until grade 8. For example, they sit either grade comprehensive 5 and 8, or grade 7 and 8 comprehensive exams.

We have 9 piano teachers: Isabelle, Lawrence, Andy, Li-Jene, Vinny, Barbara, Samuel, Laura and Caitlin.

One flute teacher: Sherene.

Two violin teachers: Pinn and Shannon.

If you are interested in becoming a Muso teacher, please enquire through

Yes. Your teacher will set you daily practice homework. As a parent, you will also be expected to help guide their music practice every day and ensure they are having fun. If your child is younger, you are also expected to help facilitate the music games / practice they need to conduct at home.

Our students are required to complete a minimum of 2 grades a year up to grade 7. At grade 7 level, it will then slow down to one grade per year.

All fees below are base fees + GST.


*Beginner to Preliminary Grade is $50/30 min

*Grade 1-2 $75/45mins

*Grade 2 above is $100/Hour

Violin and Flute

*Beginner to Preliminary Grade is $45/30mins

*Grade 1-2 $67.5/45mins

*Grade 2 above is $90/Hour

All paid in advance by each school term. If you are interested in joining us we ask you to book a free interview for us to assess whether your child is suitable for Muso Music Academy.

We are based in Western Australia, Perth. Our current location is 2/75 North Lake Road, Myaree.

We ask you to book a short, free interview for us to assess whether your child is suitable for Muso Music Academy. The interview will be split into two parts: Questions and a short Free Trial Lesson to see if your child is interested in music. 

If you are successful in your interview, you will commence Muso lessons the following term and will be contacted to arrange lesson time with your selected respective Muso teacher

Muso Music Interview
Want music lessons? Book a FREE 20-min interview with Muso now. Interviews are for piano and flute lessons are only for 2023 Term 3 enrolment. Interviews for violin lessons are still available.

Isabelle Ng began learning piano with Yoon Sen Lee at the age of 6 (2005) and in 1.5 years, got A+ in her grade 6 exam (2007). By 10 years old, she completed her Grade 8 Exam (2009) and then went onto completing her Associate Diploma A.Mus.A and ABRSM exams at 13 years old (2011). She also completed her Grade 5 Theory Exam in the same year.

During her time learning piano, Isabelle has won various prizes in local competitions such as Fremantle Eisteddfod, North of Perth Music Festival and Western Australia Pianist Competition and enjoyed performing for local community and volunteering events.

Isabelle was also a music scholarship holder at Methodist Ladies’ College (MLC) from 2010 to 2015, and had participated in the school’s Chorale (voice), Symphony Orchestra (piano) and Jazz Band (piano). She also learnt flute as a second instrument and played flute for MLC’s Philhamonic Orchestra and Concert Band. She reached up to Grade 5 within three years but then stopped to focus on her academics.

At the end of 2019, Isabelle began teaching piano at Yoon Sen Lee Music School and in one year, taught over 25 students with many excelling 2-3 grades in one year and some winning local competitions such as Western Australian Pianist Competition.

Outside of music, Isabelle completed a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Psychology in 2020 and is passionate about entrepreneurship and business. With Yoon Sen’s mentorship and guidance, Isabelle then went on to co-found Muso Music Academy in 2021 and is excited to help all children, as long as they have the willingness to learn, reach their music potential.