Mrs. Savitski is an experienced piano teacher with 35 years of teaching experience. She offers professional piano lessons at an affordable price to all ages and levels of advancement. Mrs. Savitski's approach is personalized to each of her students. Her priority is to create positive and supportive learning environment which motivates and enhances student's progress. Mrs. Savitski's students win top awards at various piano competitions. To read more, go to her website: https://roksanasavitskipianostudio.com/
I love to teach and share my passion for music to the next generations. I believe that supportive and encouraging atmosphere does not only influence a student's piano progress but overall their character and the way they perceive life. I love to see my students progress in piano, develop as humans, and grow up to become people set up for success in whatever career they decide to pursue. Piano lessons are not only about piano and music but about shaping character, developing extremely valuable skills and traits like discipline, patience, perserverence, and confidence in life.
My son has shown constant growth as a musician since he started taking bassoon lessons with Mr. Pavlo Savitski and later piano lessons with Mrs. Roksana Savitski. I highly recommend them and my son loves every minute he spends with them, in person and virtually.
First, a free introductory meeting, called an interview is set up. If a student is just starting to play the piano, I will evaluate and decide whether they are ready to have piano lessons. In case of an already playing student, I will assess their skill level and create an appropriate personalized study plan.
I have Bachelor and Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. I have been teaching piano to all kinds of children since 1985.
The montly tuition for piano lessons is based on the length of a lesson and number of lessons in month. I offer 30/45/60 minute-long lessons (depending on a level of advancement) that can be either once or twice a week (up to student's availability).
I was born to a musical family and I always loved music. I started taking piano lessons when I was 7 years old. Later on, in college, I found out that I have a great passion for teaching and I've been teaching ever since.
During my 35 years of teaching, I have worked with all kinds of students you can imagine. My youngest student was 3 years old and the oldest (beginner) 70 years young.
One of the recent highlights is my student winning grand prix (the highest place possible) at a prestigious international competition XIV Sonatina and Sonata International Piano Competition.
Look for a teacher who pays attention to details, a teacher who always challenges you, a teacher that encourages you to have short-term goals like competitions, a teacher that encourages and motivates you.