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Piano Trial Class by Master European Teachers
Sun, 18 Sep 2016, 21:00 – Mon, 1 Jan 2018, 00:00 SGT
Be taught and inspired by our European master piano teachers who are accomplished professional musicians and composers! Our teachers had worked and performed in many parts of Europe and USA. Our lessons are personalised and we share our love for music and history with our students.
$80 only for a trial class. Timing can be arranged.
Monthly lessons start at $170 for 4 lessons.
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Teacher Elena Metodieva is a Bulgarian pianist, who graduated from The State Academy of Music, Sofia, Bulgaria, with a Master Degree in Piano. After graduation, she held the position of Assistant Professor in chamber music and piano at The State Academy of Music and The National Academy of Theatre and Cinema in Sofia, Bulgaria. She has expanded her expertise by completing a two year Master Class in chamber music at The State Academy of Music, Sofia.
Furthermore, in 1999, she again participated in a Master Class which was dedicated to French Music and conducted by Jermain Mounie.
From an early age, Elena has participated in many concerts, playing in chamber music ensembles and performing as a soloist in both her own recitals and as a guest soloist with orchestras in many cities in Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Singapore and Thailand. She has also performed in recording sessions for The Bulgarian National Radio and Television, and for Radio Berlin. In 2007 Elena performed as a soloist the Concerto for left hand by M. Ravel with Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra (Singapore) at Victoria Concert hall.
Moreover, Elena has composed music for puppet shows, which were presented in Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Germany, Romania, Moldova and Spain. For some of these puppet shows, her compositions were awarded prizes.
Elena Metodieva has been teaching Piano in Singapore since 2006.
Teacher Diana Kostova started playing Piano at the age of five. Her music interests led her to enroll in the Music high School in Varna, and later at the National Academy of Music in her native Bulgaria, where she earned a Master of Music Degree. She continued her post-graduate studies at the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, where she graduated with a Diploma in Music Performance. She has performed on three continents and is active on the local music scene.
Diana's background includes over fifteen years experience teaching Piano and Music Theory in Singapore, USA and Europe. This diverse environment has given her many opportunities to develop new musical skills and ideas among her students, and to challenge them with interesting repertoires. Her teaching style is a combination of experienced guidance, creativity, encouragement and high expectations. She feels extremely comfortable teaching students of all ages and levels. Her approach is built on warmth and tactful sensitivity.
In addition to her teaching, she is an Organist at Trinity Methodist Church, Singapore and is an active member of the American Guild of Organists, Singapore Chapter. She teaches Piano, Organ and Music Theory.