"A music wonderland transforming young talented artists into the hottest stars of tomorrow”
Stuart Penney. London Independent Locals.
Piano is one of the most ambitious instruments in terms of range and capabilities. Regardless of their main instrument, professionally trained singers and instrumentalists have always studied piano as a second music discipline. Famous contemporary musicians, such as the cellist, pianist and conductor Mstislav Rostropovich, jazz singer and pianist Diana Krall, English classical musician and composer Benjamin Britten, legendary musicians Paul McCartney and Elton John are a few of the thousands of best examples of musician multi-instrumentalists.
Playing the piano allows one to perceive the world around us in harmony and balance, to meditate and find our inner self, to enjoy creating new music and to share sounds with the audience, colleagues and to socialise by participating in musical activities. The process of playing the piano requires concentration and develops aural skills and memory. According to Canadian researchers, musicians who have been engaged in piano playing for seven years have developed more advanced skills in all aspects of movement coordination.
We highly recommend piano lessons to children and adults, regardless of age. The Musica Nova Academy has developed several learning piano programmes for children and adults, including all levels from basic foundation (beginners), intermediate and advanced, with preparation for Music Grade and Performance Diplomas. Advanced students are also welcome to polish their mastership skills and technique and to build up their repertoire under the guidance of experienced piano teachers and renowned musicians.
Based on an assumption of Hungarian composer and educator Z. Kodaly that music education should begin nine months before the birth of the child, the Musica Nova Academy developed a unique approach ‘Music Wonderland’ on teaching younger beginners the piano. The programme works successfully both in groups and individually. Piano lessons are very important for a child. In the process of playing piano your child will develop orientation simultaneously in several processes. Psychologists proved that music helps children to achieve much higher results in academic study. It is not a coincidence that Microsoft firm prefers to employ new workers who have musical background. .
Apart from classical traditional learning for the pinaotheMusica Nova Academy offers an innovative approach to learning jazz piano. The programme corresponds with all levels of the ABRSM Grade exams and provides music lessons on jazz technique, improvisation and introduction to the different styles and performers. Lessons are conducted by experienced teachers and established in the world of jazz concert performers.
Singer, pianist, composer and songwriter
"The Musica Nova is a name to be held in respect by those engaged in promoting sound artistic values within youthful musical circles. The establishment bears the hallmark of excellence. Its principal, the distinguished Russian pianist Evgenia Terentieva, ensures that her students enjoy tuition of the highest quality. Musica Nova deserves to attain outstanding success in the field of scholastic advancement..."
Derek Leask. Music Critic, UK
"It was truly amazing that all the students perform at the top of their form… The musical results and sound were of a calibre one hears rarely…"
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 Malta, followed by Spain - Barcelona. 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 and April 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), Julia Dovgiallo (violin). Well-done!
Congratulations to Erik Antonyan, a student of Musica Nova Russian-British Music Academy www.musicanova.org.uk, who recently successfully performed at one of the Gala concert's in France. Well-done, Erik!!