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Dr Iryna Vokhmyanina
Dr Iryna Vokhmyanina graduated from the Moscow State Music-Pedagogical University with Masters’ Degree specializing in Music Pedagogy (piano). After completing postgraduate studies, she obtained a PhD specializing in Music Theory and Methodology of Professional Education.Equipped with more than 25 years or professional teaching experience, many of her students became winners of international music competitions including the 1st Singapore Steinway Youth Piano Competition in 2013.
Ms Elitsa Momcheva graduated from the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Choral Conducting, Bachelor’s Degree in Musica Pedagogy and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Piano. Ms Elitsa is currently teaching Piano, Theory, Aural, Music Appreciation and Piano Accompaniment at Tanglewood Music School.
Ms Elitsa is currently teaching Piano, Theory, Aural, Music Appreciation and Piano Accompaniment at Tanglewood Music School.
MS ELAINE DING
Elaine’s special interest and area of expertise is in the musical training of young children. Early perceptions and memories of childhood music can be turned into strong musical foundations by a skilled teacher. An emphasis given to the growth of the voice and body movement can also affect the musicality of a growing child.
MR YI KAI, SIM
MS LIM PEI LI
Prof. Ivan Peev
Prof. Ivan Peev was a violin professor of the Bulgarian Conservatorium of Music since 1983 and the concert master of the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra. Prof. Peev has claimed valuable experiences, working with former Russian legends – composer Dmitri Shostakovich and Violinist David Oistrakh. Hailing from the Balkans. He had also led the All’ Accademia Musicale Chigana di Sienna for an 18 year stint.Prof. Peev has had wide performing experiences with many famous musicians, singers and conductors. Among his awards, he was winner of the Bulgarian National Competition for Musicians and Singers. He has also won the most prestigious national award in arts ‘The Golden Lyre’ for exceptional achievements in musical performance.
MS NINA BRANKOVANOVA
MS ELZA NARTADJIEVA
Ms Elza Nartadjieva discovered her passion for teaching since she was young. She graduated from the Uzbekistan Conservatory named after Mukhtar Ashrafi where she received her Masters Degree in Violin Performance and Teaching.
MS PATRICIA KRUG
Ms Patricia Krug obtained her Master in Music Education at the Ludwig-Maximillians University in Munich, Germany. She has had many years of teaching experience with students of all ages, specializing in both early childhood music pedagogy and violoncello. She has also worked with grammar schools and institutions of higher education.
Apart from her educational career, she gained a great deal of experience performing with orchestras in different countries like Orquesta de la Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Aregentina),
MS SABRINA TSOU
Ms Sabrina Tsou’s love and passion for music began at a young age. She obtained her Bachelor of Music from the University of British Columbia in 2006, where she studied under the tutelage of Professor Eric Wilson and performed as the Principal Cello of the UBC Symphony Orchestra.
Over the years she has been active in the music scene, performing in many orchestras and ensembles in Asia and North America, most notably with the Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra and mostly recently with the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra in Singapore
MR GLADWIN PANTASTICO
MS NATALIA KUMKOVA
Ms Natalia Kumkova began her studies in pianoforte at a local music school in Leningrad. She graduated with distinction and was immediately accepted into the Rimsky-Korsakov Choral College where she studied Choral Conducting, Piano and Singing. In 1984, Ms Natalia entered the prestigious Leningrad State Conservatory as a Choral Conducting student of Tatiana Nemkina. The conservatory’s renowned Choral Conducting program includes a thorough and rigorous concentration of Harmony, Solfeggio, Polyphony and Piano, and it was in all these areas which Ms Natalia particularly excelled, graduating summa cum laude in 1989. Thereafter she enrolled in the conservatory’s Vocal Studies department, graduating from Valentina Maximova’s class in 1994 with specializations in Solo-Chamber and Operatic Singing.
MS ALIUSKA DIAZ