Mental development
When children start playing the piano, certain
areas of their brain include increased activity
memory, coordination of movements and logical thinking.
All this together increases the IQ of the child and makes his mind sharper and more flexible!
Increased discipline
Children who play an instrument understand well what discipline is and are more organized compared to other kids.
Such qualities as efficiency and purposefulness develop, which leads to well-deserved success in the future!
Positive emotions and satisfaction
When playing the piano, the child experiences real emotions from touching the beautiful!
The feeling of the realization of a dream and the knowledge of the creative process reveals new potentials in each child!
Playing the piano as a profession
The profession of a musician is always very multifaceted!
And in the field of piano playing, there are many implementation possibilities!
Raising Self-estimation
Playing the piano is a very productive process, from learning your favorite song to winning an international music competition.
All this gives the child a sense of satisfaction, confidence and self-esteem!
About Me
«Nothing gives me more strength and inspiration than the opportunity to be creative…»
Ekaterina Dzyuba
As a professional musician, I have always strived to express my love and share my musical knowledge with the people around me. All this led me to such a wonderful activity as teaching music!

During my many years of teaching, I have created a number of author's methods for playing the piano, studying solfeggio and early musical development. Also, my biography is - numerous participation in competitions, music festivals, all kinds of creative meetings, open master classes and holding music concerts!

But the most important thing for me as a musician and teacher is to show how beautiful the world of music is and to reveal the creative potential in every student!
As one of my favorite composers, Johannes Brahms, once said: «Musical education should begin at birth…»
Study options
Lesson duration 60 min
Lesson duration 60 min
Lesson duration 60 min
Lesson duration 45 min
Lesson duration 45 min
Lesson duration 45 min
4 lessons per month

6 lessons per month

8 lessons per month

The first trial lesson is free!
You can choose the language of instruction that suits you. I offer music lessons in German, English, Ukrainian and Russian.
Using a 360 HD camera provides an excellent opportunity for the teacher to show the correct hand position, competent reading of notes and fingering, as well as useful exercises and playing individual pieces of music.

Full immersion in the online learning process and a comfortable home environment create an almost real feeling of a real lesson!
What you need for online classes:
Piano or synthesizer
Good lighting
Headphones as needed
Laptop/Tablet/Smartphone with webcam
Internet connection
Solution options for video conferences:
Professional online piano, solfeggio and vocal lessons are an ideal and very convenient solution for both a child and his busy parents! If you have moved to another city, are on vacation or visiting and do not want to drop out of the learning musical process, then online classes will help solve this problem!
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  • Question:
    How many lessons does it take to learn how to play the piano?
    Each student has his own pace of learning according to his ability. To begin with, I take 10 lessons, which after a small program will be learned and an exceptional learning plan will be understood.
  • Question:
    Is it necessary to have a musical instrument at home? And if yes, which one?
    Having a tool at home is a must! As a professional, I recommend that everyone immediately start playing on real mechanics, that is, on the original piano or grand piano.
    But if this is not possible, then you can start with a regular synthesizer with large keys and a touch keyboard.
  • Question:
    How is the first trial lesson going?
    At the first trial lesson, I conduct a special music test aimed at determining the student's musical abilities:

    • musical ear test
    • sense of rhythm
    • musical memory
    • reaction to music
    • psychological picture
  • Question:
    Can I learn to play if I don't have an ear for music?
    Yes, you can!
    The lack of an ear for music does not affect the development of playing skills on a musical instrument.
  • Question:
    Is it possible to get a discount if I sign a contract with you for the entire academic year?
    Yes, it is possible. The price for training is formed depending on the level of study you have chosen (see section Preis - "SOLO", "DUO", "TRIO")
  • Question:
    What pieces of music are the most popular among your students?
    Classical music:
    • L. van Beethoven "To Elise"
    • J.S. Bach "Tocatta and Fugue in d-moll"
    • W. A. ​​Mozart "Little Night serenade"
    Contemporary music:
    • Toby Fox "Megalovaniya"
    • Danny Elfman "Wednesday"
    • Jan Tiersen "Amelie"
    Jazz music:
    • George Gershwin "Summertime"
    • Dave Brubeck "Take a five"
    • Blues
  • Question:
    At what age is it recommended to teach a child music?
    In my music class, children study from the age of 6. But I recommend starting the musical development of a child from 2-3 years old!

    For such an early age, there are a number of interesting techniques to prepare the child for the subsequent deeper study of music.
  • Question:
    What is the best way to pay for tuition and in what currency?
    Tuition can be paid either through a bank card or through the Pay Pal platform. Payment is made both in Euro and in Dollars.
  • Question:
    What inspires you in your work?
    The real creative results of my students, namely:
    • Successful performances of students outside the educational process
    • Writing by students of their weak melodies
    • Students singing their favorite songs with the correct intonation and without false notes
  • Question:
    How are online classes going?
    At the appointed time, we call the student through the Zoom online platform (other options: Skype, WattsApp, Telegram, Facetime).

    In real time, there is a video broadcast of the lesson from two cameras at once. One camera broadcasts a general plan of the teacher sitting at the instrument, the second camera shows a close-up of the teacher's hands.

    Thus, it turns out to create an almost real feeling of the lesson. with a detailed live explanation, a detailed display of playing hands and the possibility of further analysis of notes.
Katerina Dzyuba
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