Atty. Antonio Pastor

Mandy Atayde

Learning piano helps build brain connections between the hand muscles and brain – a great way to stay mentally fit. Individuals playing the piano helps to build neural connections, improving mood, memory and clarity. Even a small amount of musical training will have long-lasting effects on the brain.

For the young, playing piano improves their discipline, patience and improve their academic skills. Learning the musical patterns can help a child develop mnemonic methods, improving their memory skills. Learning the instrument also develops coordination and motor skills, i.e. movement of hands, arms and feet, and even develop ambidexterity. Lastly, both young and adult learn to be social and increase self-confidence.

class rates & schedule


4-Session Full Course

PhP 4,000 Senior

Php 5,600 Regular


1-hour online or face-to-face (FTF) class

By Appointment


MARIA DONNA BAUTISTA is currently taking up Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at the University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music.

Aside from studying, Donna is also currently teaching piano lessons at SOMA Online Music School and at Sunshine Place, a senior recreation center. She is capable of teaching beginner to advance-intermediate lessons using modern methods and resources.

The class offered under teacher Donna aims to improve the discipline, patience, and academic skills. Aside from that, it is proven that learning music can help develop mnemonic methods, improving memory skills, which is why music courses such as this Piano workshop being offered at Sunshine Place can greatly help with developing coordination and motor skills.

Teacher Donna's one-on-one online and face-to face lessons at Sunshine Place are designed to meet the individual needs of each student in order for them to discover their own voice and passion for playing music in a fun and effective way.