"I recently attended and very much enjoy Musica Nova's Music Wonderland concert. Musica Nova not only provides an excellent standard of musical education to children and adults at low cost. They help families find musical instruments, help them finance purchasing instruments and help families find ways to seek out scholarships and assistance with fees for lessons. They have provided a valuable community service to local people in the area and in the 3 years that they have been based in Cromer St have introduced a number of local young children to music. Camden celebrates being a multi-cultural diverse borough and Musica Nova offers young musicians and artists aged 10-25 years old a great opportunity to enhance their knowledge of Russian and European music and cultural traditions. I wish you continued success with the Academy."
Nurul Islam, Mayor of Camden 2008-2009
"Dear Evgenia, It was an amazing evening! Glorious! You were on the top of the creative enravishment and prowess!"
Musica Nova Academy is not only playing a role of a great host by organising international festivals in London but also travels to different countries and cities. Our next trip takes us to Spain, followed by Riga - Latvia. Our nominated students will take part in a series of concert performances in Europe. We are looking forward to new discoveries! All forthcoming events will be announced on our website and Facebook pages.
Alikhan Ishmuratov, Alexandra Skachko, Erik Antonyan, Ekaterina Alieva, Daria Levy, Alina and Polina Stelmukh, Maria Korabelnikova, Levon Petrosyan, Jordan Aldridge on becoming prize-winners of international singing competitions in the UK and Israel (Alexandra Skachko, who won two Grand Prix!!). And also Erik Antonyan, who won the 1st prize at the international singing contest in Armenia. We are enormously proud of our stars!
Congratulations to students, who took exams this term and received great results and to their teachers as well: Evgenia Terentieva (singing, piano), Alexa Pol (singing), Ekaterina Chernyakova (piano), Grant Martirosyan (violin). Well-done!