Remuera Music Academy

Individual Lessons

Piano · Violin · Viola · Cello · Guitar · Guzheng

Flute · Clarinet · Saxophone · Voice

You can choose from three levels:

MUSIC TEACHER | Technique & Self-Discipline |

ESTABLISHED ARTIST TEACHER | Inspiration & Knowledge |

MASTER LEVEL | Interpretation & Musicality |


Group Classes

Music Language | Theory  | 

Aural / Musicianship Class | NZMEB |

Ensemble | Duet, Trio or Larger Groups |

Instrument for Beginners (2 to 6 Students per Class)

Performance Class

School Activities

Holiday Programmes



International exchange

Music Trips

Recording studio facilities



Greetings from the Head of School

Welcome to the joy of being a music student in our schools!

Music moves people of all cultures, and we feel the happiness in our daily life just from listening and playing instruments. These warm feelings are where we all started.

We at the Remuera Music Academy and Albany School of Music would love to share these feelings, desires, and aspirations with you. We will offer our students music training and learning of the highest standard, as well as a variety of opportunities to fulfill their dreams by learning from our high-calibre teachers who will employ the most effective educational methods. Through continuing innovation, we will provide a superb level of school-concerts, master-classes, short-term intensive programmes and school holiday activities to meet our students needs and assist them to achieve their greatest level of satisfaction.

Grace Liu
Head at Remuera Music Academy &
Albany School of Music

Greetings from the Music Director

It is with great pleasure that I add my welcome to that of Grace Liu.

The concept of a private, purpose-built Music School is new to New Zealand and both, Grace and Tony Liu, are to be applauded for their foresight and commitment to fostering the development of music learning and performance, and therefore the ‘Arts’ in general, in New Zealand.

At our schools we offer an inclusive approach to learning regardless of age or background. Students may be involved not just in individual lessons, but also in workshops, ensembles, master classes, school holiday programmes and  public events. We encourage our students to be involved in many different activities to experience the joys and challenges music can provide for lifelong learning. ‘… it takes a Village to raise a child’.

“… the spirit of possible!”

Professor Uwe Grodd
Music Director