Australian born Chloe Waldron Reilly has been teaching for 18 years, with students receiving excellent results in the Australian Music Examinations Board exams in 2019.
Chloe is a graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music High School (2004), where she came first in her year for HSC Music Extension with a mark of 100%. Whilst at the Conservatorium, Chloe studied under esteemed concert pianist Paul Rickard-Ford, with whom she remained for 10 years. Under Paul’s guidance, Chloe received her AmusA diploma with distinction at age 14 and her LMusA diploma at age 16. Chloe simultaneously achieved a high level of playing on the violin under the guidance of violinist Ronald Thomas.
Chloe completed her Bachelor of Music with Honours in 2011 at the University of New South Wales, where her thesis focus was on piano pedagogy for the young beginner. Chloe then spent the next 10 years applying the results of her thesis to her beginner learners, while simultaneously building a piano school of over 130 students.
Chloe is currently undertaking a degree in Psychology with a continued focus on piano pedagogy and a keen interest in how young children learn music.