## Find out the estimated average amount you can make teaching piano in Singapore.

If you ever wanted to consider becoming a piano teacher in Singapore, you would definitely have been considering how much **income** you can bring in as a private piano teacher in Singapore providing **music lessons**. This is a short article which will share with you what an **average music teacher in Singapore** who is attached to an agency like ours **can expect to make**.

### First of all, let us take a look at the common rate that most private piano teachers in Singapore charge for their music lessons.

**Most teachers charge on a per month basis**, assuming that month has 4 lessons. Lessons are generally speaking 45 minutes for ABRSM grade 4 and below, and increases to 60 minutes for ABRSM grade 5 and above lessons. Lessons are generally $130 to 150 per month per student for the lowest grades, and reaches approximately $280 per month for grade 8. **This means an average of around $200 per month per student for 4 weekly lessons**. This means that if you had 5 students a day, for 7 days a week, you will have 35 students per month, and make an average of a whopping $7000 per month! This is more than many doctors and lawyers and you get to plan your own schedule and life. How much better is this??

### Second of all, do note that the amount of students that you can have is limited by your traveling time.

This is because most private music lessons are conducted at the student’s home, and not at the teacher’s studio. Therefore, you will need to factor in traveling time when it comes to calculating how many students you can have per month. Therefore to get as many students as possible so that you can increase your earnings as a private piano teacher in Singapore, you want to work with an **agency** so that they can easily allocate students to you who stay near your location so that you can teach more students within a shorter period of time due to less traveling time required.

### Third of all, if you are a Diploma teacher, you may also be able to charge slightly higher prices than e.g. an ABRSM Grade 8 teacher.

This means that if you already have intention to take the piano Diploma, then you should definitely do it if becoming a private piano teacher in Singapore is also a potential consideration you are thinking about.

So what do you think?

If you are still on the fence whether you should pursue your dreams of being a self employed piano teacher in Singapore, read this first – **the pros and cons of being a private piano teacher in Singapore**.