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Welcome to Our Studio… Enjoy your stay. 


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taken during our Winner’s Concert in 2015

We at Little Chopin, believe in the piano’s endless potential for every child. Whether it’s to boost their creativity, help them relieve stress, or charm members of the opposite gender, our pianists are self-motivated, develop excellent musicianship, and know how to have fun!

For over twenty years in Orange County, our team of professional piano teachers have prepared dozens of students every year for district, national, and international competitions. Our students become certified to state-wide standards of piano performance through the Certificate of Merit and National Guild Auditions.

Our very own Concert Hall hosts monthly piano evaluations, holiday themed and genre inspired recitals (like Christmas or Asian Composers), that helps our students to excel on stage and have fun for all their family and friends to see.

Feel free to visit us at our studio during opening hours and talk to us. You may call us at (714) 636-0836 or e-mail us at info@littlechopin.com. We look forward to meeting you!


Three Winners, One with the OC Symphony!


One month after a flurry of competitions (four in total!) we have good news to share once more. That’s right, our LCP pianists simply do not rest.

We competed in the “Young Concerto Competition” of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT) for a chance to perform in front of a live orchestra.

Such an opportunity is rare for any musician, and there was a ferocious amount of talented pianists vying for the top. The three judges included Dr. David Rentz, Dr. Stephen Pierce, and Paul Manaster, all of whom carefully scrutinized them. We crossed our fingers and hoped for the best.

The results are as follows! Three of our pianists received special recognition:

California Association of Professional Music Teachers’ Young Concerto Competition

Aldric Gozon, 1st Place in Category for 14 and under *OC SYMPHONY CONCERT PIANIST
Hong An Hoang, 2nd Place in Category for 14 and under
Celine Tseng, 3rd Place in Category 21 and under

After receiving 1st place, Aldric Gozon will be performing with the Orange County Symphony with Dr. David Rentz as the conductor. Stay tuned for more information to see him perform live!

We are so proud of these three LCP students and how much they have grown. We know we say that we are proud over and over, after each and every competition, but that’s because our students can’t stop winning.

To read more about the competition: http://www.capmt8.org/young-musicians-concerto-competition.html
CAPMT: http://www.capmt8.org/
Orange County Symphony: http://www.ocsymphony.org/


GoPro featured LCP pianist ALDRIC GOZON!


Want to see the piano through the eyes of our fourteen-year-old prodigious pianist? Wait no further! He has been featured by GoPro and received over 40,000 views in a single day!

In the video he is performing Chopin’s “Prelude Op. 28 No. 16.”

Let it be known though, that the GoPro can’t really capture the piano’s dynamic range.

Click the link below to see his performance:


Winner’s Concert Recap! with a Scholarship!


All the performers in the Competition Winners' Concert

All the performers in the Competition Winners’ Concert

These pianists won big…including a scholarship!

Our studio showcased the pianists that won cash prize, trophies, and a trip to Carnegie Hall, last Saturday on March 12  in the Chopin Performance hall at Little Chopin Piano Studio.  They performed PERFECTLY –it was not a show to miss!

Nguoi Viet has written about us too! See below.

Yet we have even more good news to celebrate. One of our pianists just won the Orange Empire Chorus SCHOLARSHIP, funded by the Robert & Doreen Marshall Fund for Dramatic Arts and Classical Music.

Only three pianists were selected out of pool of high school and college aged students, yet our Little Chopin high school freshman, ALDRIC GOZON, was one of them! 

We are very proud of him, and have included him in the list below. All other winners below were featured in our recital and have won in their respective competitions.

Celine Tseng
1st place winner of the American Protégé International Concerto Competition, 13-18 age category

Aldric Gozon
Winner of the Orange Empire Chorus Scholarship

United States Open Music Competition Winners:

Nicole Ho
1st place – Open Solo 6B – Classical – GRAND PRIZE WINNER
1st place – Showcase Piano Duo/Ensemble Junior – GRAND PRIZE WINNER
3rd Place – The Treasury of Romantic Composers

Andrew Luu
1st Place – Showcase Piano Duo/Ensemble Senior – GRAND PRIZE WINNER & GOLD MEDALIST
2nd Place – Open Solo 6B – Classical

Charisse Vu
1st Place – Showcase Piano Duo/Ensemble Senior– GRAND PRIZE WINNER & GOLD MEDALIST
4th Place – Open Solo Romantic 6

Carolyn Tran
1st Place – Showcase Piano Duo/Ensemble Junior– GRAND PRIZE WINNER
4th Place – The Treasury of Classical Composers

Bella Dang
2nd Place – Showcase Piano Solo Preparatory

Hong-An Hoang
3rd Place – Open Piano Concerto Advanced
4th Place -Treasury of Romantic Composers Advanced

Fullerton College Piano Ensemble Festival, organized by category won:

 Early Intermediate
Breanna Nguyen and Michelle Ho – GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Samantha Nguyen and Eric Vo
Isabella Tran and Madison Tran
Sarah Pham and Kayla Pham

Thanh Tong and Trisha Tong – GRAND PRIZE WINNER
D’ Jay Vu and Rachael Vu

Late Intermediate
Emily Nguyen and Kristine Tran – GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Katrina Ha Nhi Tran and Kassandra Vy Tran – GRAND PRIZE WINNER

For 8 Hands:
Ashley Dixon, Anthony Tran, Dayna Nguyen, & Michelle Hoang- GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Read more at :
Nguoi Viet Link: http://www.nguoi-viet.com/absolutenm2/templates/viewarticlesNVO.aspx?articleid=224422&zoneid=3

Little Chopin Website: http://littlechopin.org/

OEC Scholarship Information: http://oechorus.org/scholarships