Classically trained, Kamilla is a representative of the world-famous Russian pianistic school. She uses unique pedagogical techniques of such prominent teachers as Artobolevskaya and Neuhaus. Kamilla has been teaching for over 8 years, pioneering a healthy enjoyable holistic approach to piano playing. She helps students to release extra tension, feel flexible and at ease with an instrument.
Kamilla is a graduate of the Academic Music College under P.I Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory with Honors as a professional pianist, teacher, and accompanist. She’s won several international competitions such as the Yakov Flier Festival, Vlasenko Competition. In 2018 Kamilla has been accepted to Boston Conservatory at Berklee with a scholarship covering 90% of her tuition. There she studies under a renowned pianist and teacher Max Levinson.
Music is Kamilla’s life and passion, and her goal is to make the experience of classical piano easily accessible, joyful, and fun for children and adults.
As people say:"Love what you do, and you won't have to work a single day in your life".
Music is not my job, it is my life and passion. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with people, and if I see that my students enjoy themselves as I do, my heart starts filling with happiness and joy.
She was very nice on the first 3 lessons then she up the price and make extra changes 😡 and always change the Your schedule
She is so sweet and very respectful we are so happy with her 😇
Selecting Kamilla as my piano teacher was successful in every way.
Kamilla has extensive knowledge and superb skill. Within a few minutes, she diagnosed my problems and corrected them. I instantly improved. She also suggested pieces I never thought I could play. She is also a perfectionist, encouraging me to aim high. What I really like about her is her attitude toward music. Her love and passion for music, piano, and musicians are contagious, and her interpretation and understanding of each piece are amazing. I learned a lot from her and came to love piano even more. Thanks Kamilla and I will miss you so much.
Before I start the lesson, I need to get to know the student and his/her goals. Is there a specific aim? Do they want to study professionally or just for fun? Do they want to master a specific skill like sight-reading, improvisation or fast technique? Depending on the answers, I pick certain tactics and materials I'll use with that specific student. I also check the student's abilities (pitch, sense of rhythm, etc.) After this short test, I create a unique program that fits each student individually.
7 years at the Music School under P.I Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
4 years at the Academic Music College under P.I Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
Boston Conservatory at Berklee, 2023
+$10 travel fee (up to 25 miles)
I began teaching while studying in College, I have 8 years of experience.
Children (5 - 18 years old)
Adults (18 +)
Children with special needs (autism)
A classical music concert at the Colburn Conservatory. New City Ballet Principal Dancers joined Colburn Conservatory musicians with music by Arvo Part.
I would recommend you to ask the teacher to play for you before the lesson starts.
Music like any other activity takes time and perseverance. Make sure you or your child has time to practice. Also, it is very beneficial to have an upright or grand piano and not simply a keyboard to practice on.