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Introduce your children to the fundamentals of music in a fun and supportive environment!
In our state of the art Tech Lab, students will be introduced to proper hand position, learning to read music, scales and fingerings, and fun tunes. Share the fun of making music with new friends!
Class size is limited to three students to maximize individual attention while working in a small, supportive group.
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Olga Gurevich is enjoying her career as a concert pianist, chamber musician, accompanist, and a piano teacher. Her concert appearances include Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, 92nd Street Y, the Symphony Space in NYC, Smirna Opera Theatre in Delaware, Westport Concert Series in Connecticut, Scuola Civica in Cagliari, Italy, and many others. Her performances were broadcasted by National Television in Azerbaijan, First TV Channel in Russia and RAI Tre in Italy.
Olga has been affiliated with Manhattan Symphonie, Richmond County orchestra, New York Session Symphony orchestra, Rivers ...
Olga has been affiliated with Manhattan Symphonie, Richmond County orchestra, New York Session Symphony orchestra, Riverside Opera Company, New Opera Company, and performed as a member of numerous chamber music ensembles. She has been a pianist in residence for Silver Bay String Quartet since 2015, performing at Silver Bay Festival and at Marcella Sembrich Museum concert series every summer. Olga’s solo piano recordings of Chopin’s music as a part of Musopen project can be found at musopen.org. Ms Gurevich has been the principal accompanist for the Riverside Opera Company since 2010, and collaborated with many singers, including Met Opera bass singer Mikhail Svetlov. In September 2019, Olga started working as an accompanist for Shireinu Choir in Great Neck, Long Island, specializing in Jewish secular vocal compositions.
Olga Gurevich earned her Master's degree in Piano Performance, Piano Accompanying and Piano Pedagogy at Gnesin Academy of Music, and then finished her post graduate studies at Maimonides State Academy in Moscow, Russia with DMA in Piano Performance. Olga is a winner of international piano competitions both in solo and piano four-hands divisions (XIII Piano International competition in Salerno, Italy, and Ragusa Ibla Foundation International Piano competition in Ragusa, Italy).
Besides being an active solo and chamber music performer, Olga has been a devoted educator for over two decades. In addition to teaching at 92Y School of Music, Ms. Gurevich is on the piano faculty of Bloomingdale School of Music in NYC and Suzuki Virtuoso Academy in Mineola, NY, as well as a Steinway Hall teacher.
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Moscow native Anna Khanina started her musical education at the age of five, and in 1996 she graduated with honors from the famous Gnessin School of Music in Moscow. She holds Masters Degrees from both the Gnessin Academy of Music in Moscow and the University of Music, Drama, and Media in Hannover, Germany, as well as a Performance Diploma from Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. In 2014 Ms. Khanina became a Doctor of Musical Arts after completing the Doctoral Program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she was a full-scholarship student of Gilb ...
Moscow native Anna Khanina started her musical education at the age of five, and in 1996 she graduated with honors from the famous Gnessin School of Music in Moscow. She holds Masters Degrees from both the Gnessin Academy of Music in Moscow and the University of Music, Drama, and Media in Hannover, Germany, as well as a Performance Diploma from Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. In 2014 Ms. Khanina became a Doctor of Musical Arts after completing the Doctoral Program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she was a full-scholarship student of Gilbert Kalish.
Ms. Khanina’s performing career spans the continents of Asia, Europe, and North and South America, where she regularly appears as a soloist and with chamber music ensembles. Her concerts were broadcast on WFMT Chicago (2007, 2011, 2014), The Voice of Music radio from Jerusalem Music Centre (2008), McGrow Young Artists Showcase WQXR New York (2011), and wiox.org (2011). Anna Khanina’s long list of awards include the prizes at Val Tidone International Piano Competition, the Second International Piano Competition in Panama, the Seventh International Competition Ciutat de Carlet in Valencia, the Grieg Competition in Oslo, and the Classica Nova Competition in Hannover, just to name a few.
Along with her performing career, Ms. Khanina remains a dedicated teacher. She is currently on the faculty at 92Y and Bloomingdale School of Music. Her students have appeared at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and successfully participated at numerous national competitions.