Music Moms
Bringing Music Lessons Home

Hello, I'm Bo-Yon.

I'm a pianist and educator living in Toronto. I run a private music studio in my home near Sheppard & Bayview.

I've been teaching since 1997 and have worked with a lot of students as well as their parents. One of the things I learned in my teaching career is that parental support is vital to children's success in music education. Since I don't have a lot of time for parents during lessons, I've created Music Moms to connect with parents at our convenience, to share know-hows and to learn from each other.  Hope you find this useful!

  1. Group Classes
    Group Classes
  2. Teacher Training
    Teacher Training
  3. Parent Education
    Parent Education
  4. Individual Lessons
    Individual Lessons


Doctor of Musical Arts 
Piano Performance and Pedagogy
University of Toronto

Master of Music 
Piano Performance 
Boston University


Performance Diploma
Piano Performance 
Glenn Gould School

Piano Performance & Pedagogy


Early Childhood Music Education 
Parents Education
Teacher Training
    Pianist Bo-Yon Koh enjoys a versatile career as a musician, educator, and researcher. As a soloist, she has appeared with the National Academy Orchestra, the Royal Conservatory Orchestra, and the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician, she is the recital partner to the violinist Min-Jeong Koh, and has collaborated with many other internationally recognized artists such as the violinist Conrad Chow, violist Richard Yongjae O’neill, cellist Liza McLellan, and the members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

    Dr. Koh is passionate about pedagogy, the arts and science of teaching, and strongly believes in the value of facilitating student-centered learning in her lessons. Dr. Koh utilizes various early childhood music education methods, such as Suzuki and Kodaly, and combines it with her expertise in Solution-Focused Coaching to seize every opportunity to empower her students to become independent learners, equipping them with tools to regulate their learning when they are on their own. Her innovative approach has been presented at conferences in both music and counseling disciplines, such as the National Conference of Keyboard Pedagogy and the Solution Focused Brief Therapy Conference.