"...I would like to wish Musica Nova further growth and development. I also would like to attract the attention to the wonderful opportunity of teaching children music, to accustom them to good taste, to develop their creative talents. The 21st century is not a time of boring analytics. It is a time of creative personalities, who do not count their life success on the calculator, instead they develop one's creative process through feelings, intuition and art."
Natalia Tsvetkova (Doctor of psychology and physics The Academic of Pedagogical and Social Studies The Author of more than one hundred scientific articles Two books: Open the Door to Success" "Mirror for the Hero" The Director of Counselling Family Centre
“Exceptional Music Academy!! Great Stuff – Prof Evgenia Terentieva 12 years and going strong!!"
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.
Elizaveta Novika, Ekaterina Chichiulina, Anastasia Chudiakova, Alikhan Ishmuratov, Alexandra Skachko, Erik Antonyan, Ekaterina Alieva, Alex Pylypenko, Daria Levy, Alina and Polina Stelmukh, Maria Korabelnikova, Katarina Khan, Michelle Eppey, Levon Petrosyan, Jordan Aldridge on becoming prize-winners of international singing competitions in the UK and Israel (Alexandra Skachko, who won two Grand Prix!!) in February, April and June 2017. And also Erik Antonyan, who won the 1st prize at the international singing contest in Armenia in July 2017.
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!