I have moved to UK recently and settled with my husband in Rickmansworth, just outside London. Fluent in English and Russian.

Qualified Musician, Experienced Teacher, Accompanist...

I had worked in UAE and other Middle East countries for the last 7 (seven) years as music director, performer, entertainer, music teacher for children and adults.

I gained my education at the top Music Academy of Belarus (former USSR) and polished my experience in the various musical State establishments and countries, including but not limited to Minsk National Choir, Burj Al Arab in Dubai, World Trade Centre in Dubai etc. I have taught over hunderd of students in the last 19 years, children and adults alike which has become my true passion. I would be happy to provide professional and personal references on request.

I am currently teaching at Royal Masonic School for Girls in Rickmansworth and have couple of time slots available during the week (morning or afternoon). Tuition fees are as following:

30 min - £25
45 min - £37
60 min - £50
90 min - £70

Do not hesitate to contact me anytime 07912 490 704.


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