Tamara – Piano Teacher, Jazz Singer, Composer – Virtual
Tamara is a piano teacher, singer, pianist and composer. She is Berklee College of Music graduate, with a degree in Professional Music.
With two albums of her own, “Composer’s Ventures” and “Believer”, and extensive experience working with Russian and American music industry professionals as a singer, keyboard player and arranger, she has a lot to offer to her students.
Tamara has been teaching for few years, both in music establishments like Brooklyn Center for the Arts and private classes.
Teaching piano and voice to kids and grown-ups is Tamara’s passion. She does her best to nurture their love for music. She treats all the classes very professionally and expects her students to do the same.
Tamara is fluent in English and Russian.
Brian – Piano Teacher: Jazz Piano, Toddler & Beginner Piano division – NYC
Brian is a piano teacher, singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He studied classical music in the UK, but gradually built a career teaching and performing jazz in Spain. He moved to New York few years ago to collaborate with other up and coming musicians in both performance and production.
Having played in and written for many different ensembles in all of the most popular genres of music, Brian has a deep understanding of music and an art form. Aside from preparing students to play the music of the great historic composers, he often teaches students to compose, record and produce their own music. He understands how modern pop music is engineered and layered, and can get you or your child on a path to creating your own music that makes you dance.
Brian has a deep knowledge of music theory through his dual classical and jazz background, and is adept at using the piano to help students gain an understanding of music which they can use to continue to educate themselves for the rest of their lives.
With ten years of teaching as a foundation, Brian has prepared many young players and singers for a life of musical dedication and passion. He has taught private lessons to students of all ages, as well as training different ensembles, and giving foundational lessons to full classrooms.
Brian teaches with passion and energy, and creates memorable experiences while pursuing consistent improvement.
Brian is fluent in Spanish, English, and Dutch.
Jefrey – Piano Teacher: Toddler & Beginner Piano division – NYC
Jefrey is a pianist, singer, and general music educator from Pennsylvania.
Having earned his degree in Music Teacher Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Jefrey has studied various methods and approaches to sharing musical concepts with students of all ages. This includes music theory, music history, ear training, and applied lessons in voice and all major instruments. His experience teaching older students mainly took place within a public school having taught high school piano courses, choir rehearsals, and general theory as a student teacher. He directed choir rehearsals and performances for his church before his peers as well. As for the younger ages, he taught general music from Kindergarten to fifth grade as well as choir rehearsals at Easton Arts Academy in Pennsylvania.
Jefrey believes that everybody, no matter how young or old, is an artist and has a musician waiting inside of them. He is excited to help each of his students find that inner musician and achieve their own individual goals.
Mariam – Piano Teacher & Voice Teacher – NJ
Mariam is a piano teacher, vocal coach, pre-school and K-8 Music Teacher with a love for empowering composition which reflects in her teaching style. Born in Iran of Armenian and Persian family heritage, her childhood and youth were split between Iran and Potomac, Maryland. Her educational background includes the study of piano, Italian opera and Armenian chorale while completing a BA in Special Education. After graduating, she became an inspiring piano teacher music teacher in the Armenian community in Tehran, acquiring several accolades for her award-winning children’s choir. She continued her passion for music here in the United States as a mezzo-soprano with the NJ State Opera Choir, teaching K-8 Music throughout many Catholic schools in Morris County and at the Hovnanian School in New Milford, New Jersey.
A student of the internationally known pianists Emmanuel Melik Aslanian and Novin Afrouz, Iranian coloratura soprano Pari Zanganeh and the son of the renowned Armenian composer Tatool Altunyan, she studied piano since age 9, attending Master Classes in Lugano, Switzerland and experiencing teaching methodologies both in the States and her native Iran. She has an innovative and student-centered approach to teaching, with a keen emphasis on inspiring creativity and composition.
Mariam is fluent in English, Armenian, Farsi and Italian.
Domantas – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – Virtual
Domantas is a pianist who was born in Lithuania. He started his music studies at the age of 4 at the Kaunas Music School. In 2008 he enrolled at the M.K. Ciurlionis National School for the Arts in Vilnius to study piano with Gabriele Kondrataite and Aidas Puodziukas. After a year of study at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, he transferred to the Bard College Conservatory in NYC where he was awarded the Toni and Martin Sosnoff Scholarship at the Bard College Conservatory of Music, to study piano with Peter Serkin. In May, 2018 Karalius graduated from Bard College with Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance and Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and Criticism. In May, 2020 Domantas graduated with Master of Music degree in Piano Performance with Olga Kern at Manhattan School of Music.
Domantas is fluent in English and Lithuanian.
Yoonah – Piano Teacher: Jazz Piano, All Levels – NJ
Yoonah is one of busiest pianists and composer in the East Coast. After graduating from Hanyang University (major in Composition) and Berklee College of Music (major in Piano Performance and Jazz Composition), she had honors to perform with world-renowned musicians such as Whoopi Goldberg (Actress) and Tally Sherwood (Grammy winner).
Yoonah fluent in English and Korean.
Matt – Piano Teacher/Apprentice: Toddler & Beginner Piano division – NYC
Bio coming soon…
John – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – NYC
John is a South Korean pianist and teacher. His students have won competitions leading them to perform in worldwide kwon concert halls such as the Carnegie Hall Weill Hall, and the Bruno Walter Auditorium in Lincoln Center. John’s student’s also have been accepted to precollege programs in Mannes School of Music, and the Juilliard School. His students have also received satisfactory results from NYSSMA and ABRSM exams and auditions. John is currently teaching at the Manhattan School of Music under the Teaching Fellowship.
John started his musical studies at the age of 8 under his mother’s tutelage. He is the student of the eminent Oxana Yablonskaya, Zenon Fishbein, and Phillip Kawin. He has performed and won numerous accolades, scholarship awards, worldwide leading him to perform internationally. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras under the baton of Maestro Sadewhite, Maestro Strasser, and Maestro Phillipe Entremont. John also has received masterclasses with Ivan Moravec, Tamas Vasary, Claudio Mendez, Nikolai Sivelov, and Phillipe Entremont.
John is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Musical Arts degree at the Manhattan school of Music, under the Vera Blacker Piano Scholarship.
John is fluent in English and Korean.
Eunha – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – NYC
Eunha is a pianist and composer with experience in many different genres encompassing classical to jazz. She began studying classical piano at six years old in South Korea, eventually moving to the United States with her parents at the age of fourteen.
Eunha is a graduate from SUNY Purchase’s graduate program in Jazz Studies in 2019. She graduated from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music with a Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Studies and Commercial Music in 2016.
Eunha released her debut album “Reminiscence” 2019. She is a recipient of the Pathways to Jazz Grant 2017. In 2015, Eunha was featured and selected as one of Jazz 89.3 KUVO’s “30 under 30” musicians and has toured with Red Bull Sound Select Artist “Povi.” Eunha has performed at White Plains Jazz Festival in New York, Blue Note NYC, Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Denver’s premier jazz clubs Dazzle and Nocturne.
As a dedicated educator, she teaches students from kindergarteners to adults and at all levels, from beginners to advanced level. She has worked as a program assistant and near-peer mentor with pre-college students at Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts in Denver.
Eunha is fluent in English and Korean.
Jemina – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – NYC
Tatyana – Classical Piano & Voice Teacher: All Levels – Brooklyn, NYC
Tatyana earned her Master’s Degree in Piano from Gnessin Russian Academy of Music and Artist Diploma in Voice from Vlasenko School of Music in Moscow.
Tatyana is the winner of the Young Pianists National Competition Baku, Azerbaijan.She has performed frequently as pianist (soloist and chamber musician) and singer.
Tatyana’s work experience includes teaching piano and voice in Moscow. She has accompanied for the Bolshoi Theatre and Galina Vishnevskaya Children’s Opera Theatre.
Tatyana has moved to USA in 2001, as she was invited to join Hands On! A Musical Experience, a company specialized on age-appropriate music classes for children ages 4 months to 5 years using a specially formatted, instrument-based music curriculum, where she was working until 2019 as Accompanist and a Piano Teacher.
Tatyana has accompanied to many musicians at the Manhattan School of Music, Long Island Conservatory of Music and Art, American Academy of Religion, St. Bartholomew’s Church, and Temple Beth Emeth.
Tatyana worked as Piano and Voice Teacher at Long Island Conservatory of Music and Art from 2003 – 2007. Her students successfully passed all levels of NYSSMA and participated at LISMA International Music Competitions.
Tatyana is a member of Brooklyn Manhattan Teachers Guild.
Her students performed at annual recitals and concerts at Steinway Hall.
She is fluent in Russian and English.
Colleen – Early Childhood Music Educator – Toddler Division – NYC
With over 20 years of teaching music and movement classes for students from age 2 through Lower School, Colleen’s specialty is to reinforce teachers’ curriculums through singing, movement, playing instruments, musical games and stories, and learning fundamentals of music. Through a multi-sensory, hands-on-approach to learning music, each child’s music potential is explored and developed. Percussion, Hand Bells, Recorders, and Orff instruments are taught in conjunction with the curriculum and used in performances.
In addition to a percussion background, Colleen teaches piano to all ages, including adults. After graduating Magna Cum Laude in Piano Performance with a Bachelor of Music from Covenant College, she continued her education with classes at the Juilliard School Extension Division, and has certification in the Orff, Kindermusik, and Musikgarten Methods of teaching and is also a member of MTNA (Music Teachers National Association.)
Georgi – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – NYC
Georgi was born in Montana, Bulgaria.
He started his musical education at the age of 4. In 2014 he graduated from Music High School “Lubomir Pipkov” in Sofia, Bulgaria, in the piano classes of Еmiliya Kaneva and Prof. Ludmil Angelov. In 2018 Georgi earned his Bachelor of Music Degree from Mannes College The New School for Music in the piano classes of Prof. Pavlina Dokovska and Dr. Vladimir Valjarevic, receiving the Steinway & Sons Piano Award. In May 2020 he completed his Master of Music Degree, again, at Mannes College, majoring in Piano and minoring in Impact Entrepreneurship at the New School of Social Research.
Mr. Georgi has won an impressive number of prizes in competitions in his native Bulgaria, Romania, Cyprus, Belgium, China and USA.
Georgi participated in masterclasses given by Jerome Lowenthal, Richard Goode, Vladimir Felstman, Ursula Oppens, Steven Isserlis, Ivry Gitlis, James Giles, Ludmil Angelov, etc. He has performed as a soloist and chamber in USA, China, Cyprus, Belgium, Turkey and his native Bulgaria. Georgi has played with the most renowned Bulgarian orchestras such as Classic FM Orchestra, Sofia Philharmonic, New
Symphony Orchestra, etc. As a performer, Georgi has appeared at the Concert Hall of the Central Conservatory in Beijing, Dimotiko Theatro in Larnaca, Chateau du Lac in Brussels, Concert Hall “Bulgaria” in Sofia. In New York, he has performed at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, The Union Club, the Bulgarian Consulate, the German Consulate, and the New School’s Tishman Auditorium, among others. Committed to exploration of the contemporary repertoire, Georgi has worked under the direction of various composers and took part in numerous world premieres of new works for piano and chamber ensembles. In January 2020, Georgi co-produced his first concert series, “Brahms Anthology” alongside his dear colleague and friend Jacob Savransky.
Georgi is fluent in both English and Bulgarian.
Shana – Piano and Voice Teacher: Beginner and Intermediate Levels – NJ
Shana began studying voice and piano and performing in musicals and operas at the age of 6. A native of Millville, NJ, she graduated from Sacred Heart Highschool in 1994 and has performed various roles such as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Rapunzel in Into the Woods, Jenny Lind in Barnum and Maria von Trapp in The Sound of Music. While her love is voice, and, more specifically, opera and operetta, she also has prolonged experience playing the piano and organ. In 1999 she passed the Piano Proficiency Exam at her Alma Mater, Westminster Choir College in Princeton NJ, where she graduated with a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance and Piano Studies.
Shana is currently the Music Director, Lead Vocalist and Organist at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Towaco, NJ. Shana also is a full time educator, teaching private instruction in Morris County, NJ. She currently resides in Guttenberg, in Hudson County, NJ.
Shana has taught private voice and piano lessons to students of all ages and all walks of life since 2000. She believes that the voice is the most natural and unique instrument and that everyone has a voice. She is confident that, with classical training, anyone can sing and perform any style of music. This is her first year working at Anahid Syourapian Piano Studio and is very excited for this new teaching opportunity.
Angelita – Classical Piano Teacher: All Levels – Tampa Bay Area
Angelita is a pianist and piano teacher. She is a graduated master student at the University of South Florida with a degree in Music Performance. She began her musical studies at the age of four, but it was not until the age of 10 that she formalized her technical studies with maestra Carlota Bravo and Elena Ichikawa at the National Conservatory of Music (Peru). Angelita continued her bachelor’s studies at Florida Gulf Coast University with professor Dr.Michael Baron and most recently her master’s studies at USF with Bulgarian professor Dr.Svetozar Ivanov.
Resulting in successful competitions, recitals as soloist, as well as in chamber music. She twice received First Place in the concerto competitions sponsored by the National Conservatory of Music, won the overall prize in the Jillian Prescott Competition sponsored by the Southwest Florida Symphony Society and was given the 2nd prize in the Steinway Competition sponsored by the school of music at the Univeristy of South Florida and Dr.Ivanov.
She has participated in the Corzi Internazionali di Musica in Perugia-Italy, was accepted to the Brevard Music Center in North Carolina-USA, participated in the International Piano Masterclasses in Katowice-Poland and in Summer Music Study in Szeged, Hungary. Recently, she has also been part of the Brancaleoni International Music Festival in Brancaleoni-Italy.
Currently Angelita is performing, teaching, and accompanying recitals in Tampa, St.Petersburg and Sarasota areas. Being music such a complex science, her teaching philosophy is to develop full and complete both inner and personal sides of the student, create a connection of the music with the rest of our lives.
Angelita is fluent in both Spanish and English.