Olga began her musical journey at age seven. She was trained classically at a music school that included several weekly disciplines - piano lessons, solfeggio, choir, music literature and history as well as quarterly exams and concerts.
After graduating from college with Bachelors degree in Music Education she moved to Moscow, Russia. She holds a Masters degree from a Moscow State University of Culture and Arts.
While at the university, Olga held jobs at various music schools, teaching children age 7-12. After moving to United States she accompanied for the Balletmet Dance Academy, North point Dance Academy, taught private lessons and continues to work with children as young as the age of 3 years old.
Olga has trained in European classical style where discipline and diligence provide high results. She believes that piano lessons are essential for a well rounded education, providing life long skills that are applied in every part of life.
She is grateful for the privilege of passing the traditional musical knowledge to others, and being able to impact the lives of many through the influence of music.
Convenient location, quality instruments.
The piano studio is conveniently located in the heart of Tri-Village, neighborhoods of Marble Cliff, Grandview and Upper Arlington. Students learn on a German made Perzina full length acoustic piano with patented modern technology of a floating sound board plate that adds to a magnificent sound comparable to a grand piano. In addition, a Yamaha Clavinova is available to practice various keyboard techniques.
Olga's Music Academy holds recitals twice a year. A recital is a wonderful opportunity for students to develop performance skills and to showcase all their hard work for friends and family. Students may select one or two of their favorite pieces for the occasion, with some duets thrown in to keep things lively. Additional instruments and voice pieces are always welcome to show off other talents. These events are usually held in May and December at Graves Piano Recital Hall, played on a beautiful Steinway Concert Grand Piano.