How Much Salary Can A Singapore Private Piano Teacher Make?

If you are wondering how much salary you can make as a private piano teacher in Singapore, here it is.

Most part time piano teachers in Singapore make around $1500 to $3500 per month from their piano teaching gigs. Most full time piano teachers in Singapore make around $4500 to $6500 from their teaching gigs.

Here is a quick breakdown of those numbers:

Part time piano teachers in Singapore teach on average 1 to 2 students per weekday evening after their day office job. An average of 1.5 student for 5 working days is 7.5 students. Most part time piano teachers teach around 3 students per day on the weekends, and that is a total of 7.5 plus 6 students, making it 13.5 students. A grade 1 student is usually charged around $140 per month, while a grade 8 student is usually charged around $350 per month. With an average of $250 per month per student, that is a total of $3375 per month as a part time teacher. Of course, if you need more students, then sign up as a music teacher with a local agency. Local agencies in Singapore help you get students for free, and you only need to pay them half of the first month’s salary for that student.

A full time teacher in Singapore can teach around 3-4 students per day for 7 days a week. This means approximately 24.5 students. With an average of $250 per month per student, you can make up to around a whopping $6125 per month! This is way more money than most graduate jobs even after 5 to 10 years of working, and you get to make it on your terms. Additionally, you are making this money doing something you love Рteaching the piano.

As you can see from the above, becoming a piano teacher in Singapore is a very attractive career path, with many young adults choosing to become one and cashing in on this fundamental, economic shift from employees to self employment.

5 Benefits Of Working As A Part Time Piano Teacher

If you are thinking about working as a part time piano teacher in Singapore, congratulations. There are lots of benefits to working as a part time piano teacher in Singapore. Here are just 5 of them.

First of all, you will be able to make money doing what you love. I am assuming you love playing the piano, and sharing the love of music with everyone who is willing to listen. What greater joy can a pianist have than imparting your knowledge onto eager and hardworking piano students?

Second of all, your income is more predictable than other part time jobs. Other part time jobs are driving for Grab/Uber, working a shift job at a company e.t.c. All of these have so many factors outside of your control which can impact your income. However, when you decide to be a private part time piano teacher in Singapore, you know the standard rates you can charge students, and they will definitely engage you month after month as long as you teach them well.

Third of all, you have lots of control and freedom. Most other part time jobs actually require you to work for somebody else under a company. This means that you will need to listen to their orders e.t.c. However, as a part time piano teacher, you are basically self employed. You are in a job – but you control that job. You are in control of your earning potential, your working hours and many more. If you do not want to teach piano lessons on the weekend, then simply do not teach. No one can force you to do anything.

Next of all, if you so wish, you can even have students come to your home to teach them private home piano lessons too! In fact, it is up to you whether you want to teach the students at their house or have them come to your house. You can pick the type of music students you want.

Finally, you can eventually transition and become a full time piano teacher with no boss. You can start off by working part time as a piano teacher now, and then as you pick up enough students, you will be able to make the leap from being employed by your current company to being self-employed. Engaging the services of a piano teacher-student match up agency like SG Learn Piano is a great way to find students in Singapore easily while doing it part time. It is an interesting jump that many people want to make but have no idea how to. Thankfully as a piano teacher, you can have the luxury of freedom and choice to be self employed. This is definitely a good thing in Singapore where wage increases are ridiculously slow and tons of office politics take place.