Elena is a concert pianist, a staff member at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music. She is an alumna of Tashkent State Conservatoire. Her versatile profile as a musician includes 15 years of performing and recording in the Uzbekistan Radio and TV Broadcasting Company Orchestra, along with teaching position at the famed Uspensky School for Musically-Gifted Children in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Andrey is also from Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He is a guitar/bass-guitar player and a cellist. He is a graduate of the world-renowned Uspensky School and the Tashkent Music College. His performance career has led Andrey to be a part of a Jazz-Rock band, touring throughout the Middle East and Russia. He also worked as the bass-guitarist in the Jazz Orchestra of the Uzbekistan Radio and TV Broadcasting Company for 20 years.
It is never too early to start music education of your children. The sooner you start, the better the outcome. Just like children learn how to speak by listening to their parents talk, interacting in an environment of melody, rhythm, and dance, will soon unleash their urge for singing, imitating beats and dance movements. Clearly, a 45-minute class once a week isn’t enough to form a rich and lasting musical environment for your child. We dedicate our endless enthusiasm and energy to make our classes interesting for everybody - from infants to parents. Toddlers learn through play, they enjoy playing instruments, singing, dancing. Babies look up to toddlers, trying to imitate. 2-3 year-olds tend to interact with the teachers and other children, 4-year-olds like leading by playing the teacher’s role. Even the parents enjoy their time during the class, because here they can be a part of their favorite music. In our music classes you can hear music of any style: Classical, Jazz, Folk, even Rock, originating from different countries. Only in our class your child can learn solfege – to name the notes and eventually develop perfect pitch. It shouldn’t worry you if your child is super-active or just sits quietly in the corner. Even by doing so he or she is looking, listening, learning by absorbing the music.