I Have been teaching piano, music theory, harmony for the past 10 + years to children and adults of all ages.
My student is a prize winner of American Protégé 2010 International Piano and Strings Competition. Also He Has Been Awarded Gold Medal in the AADGT The American Association for Development of the Gifted and Talented "Passion of Music 2010" Festival.
The arrangement of bones and muscles in the body is a marvel of engineering. Your hand alone has 27 bones.
Under my instruction, you will learn how to use your hands, fingers, elbows, forearms, arms, shoulders, and body weight correctly that will give your music a fluid and pleasing sound—and you’ll do it effortlessly regardless of how simple or complex the piano piece may be. Do you need to improve your piano sight reading ability? I am an excellent sight reader and will show you specific strategies you can immediately employ that will improve your own. Are you simply a beginner and don’t know where to start? I am the most patient, technically proficient, understanding yet results oriented piano teacher you’ll ever find. Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or advanced piano player, I will help you achieve your goal. I am one of the best at what I do.
Born, raised and trained in St. Petersburg, Russia. I have been teaching piano in the United States for the past 10 years. I speak English and Russian fluently.
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VideosFingers, Hands, Arms Therapy and Development Exercises Method
This ebook and DVD is a comprehensive guide to fingers, hands, arms therapy and development. You will find these exercises helpful because they improve agility, coordination and responsiveness of your fingers.
Fingers, Hands, Forearms, Arms, Shoulders Therapy and Development Exercises Teaching Method
This ebook is a teaching method and a comprehensive guide to fingers, hands, forearms, arms, shoulders therapy and development for anyone interested in learning piano or any other musical instrument. You can use these exercises as warm ups before the actual piano lesson. The exercises are great for children and adults of all professions because they improve coordination and agility of upper limbs
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