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Tian Jiang
A concert pianist
Pedagogue of piano and music theory for experienced concertists
  • Tian Jiang is an internationally renowned pianist, recognized for his signature colors in sound and over-the-edge thrilling virtuosity. His critically acclaimed North American debut at Carnegie Hall was described by The New York Times as: "Shining, crisp, energetic and colorfully illuminated"
  • The first virtuoso pianists to emerge from the People's Republic of China after the stark years of the Cultural Revolution
  • Tian was one of the five young musicians chosen by Isaac Stern to come to the US and take part in the first cultural exchange program between China and the United States
  • As a recording artist, Tian has 12 albums to his credit, including his original composition "Shanghai Dream" and the two latest CDs "Tian Jiang Live at Carnegie Hall".
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Alexander Trukhin
Alexander Trukhin is a concert pianist and pedagogue of piano and music theory.

Alexander is graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory as a postgraduate student, were he studied for in 2017-2019 with a worldwide well-known outstanding pianist and professor Eliso Virsaladze.

Alexander Trukhin was born in Odessa and began his piano lessons with
Prof. Olga Yatsenyuk at the age five.

At age 10 he has received a prize from a world-renowned Russian pianist Nikolai Petrov at the International Competition for Young Pianists named Sergei Prokofiev.

He graduated from the Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Music Academy with degrees M.S. (2010) and Postgraduate student (2013). Alexander's principal teachers were pianists and Prof. Evelina Kovalenko, Olga Loboda,
Anatoly Kardashev, Anatoly Kcharchenko and Galina Popova.

Also Alexander studied at numerous master-classes with eminent pianists and professors from all over the world: Daniel Pollack (USA), Lily Dorfman (Israel), Vadim Rudenko (Russia), Boris Bloch (Germany),
Severin von Eckardstein (Germany), Pilar Leyva (Colombia-USA), Ilana Vered (Israel), Stanislav Ioudenitch (USA), Dror Binan (Israel-USA), Norma Fisher (United Kingdom, Royal College of Music), Oleg Stepanov and Natalia Vlassenko (Russia- Australia) etc.

In 2016 he played at master classes of a famous pianist
Michel Dalberto (France) in Paris, where he was among the 12 participating pianists selected from around the world.

In 2015-2016 he has also studied at the Saint-Petersburg Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov with famous Russian pianist Prof. Igor Lebedev.

Alexander has a large repertoire – more than 240 classical solo pieces of all eras of classical music; in addition, chamber music and music of modern composers.

He won scientific and social activities award of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kiev and has given musicological presentations.

Alexander has musicological researches about Sieben Toccaten für Klavier by J.S. Bach, piano sonatas by S. Prokofiev, transcendental etudes by F. Liszt and about Finnish composers J. Sibelius, E. Melartin, O. Merikanto and S. Palmgren.

Alexander Trukhin addressed musicological conferences, such as Scientific and Practical Conference at the Odessa Roerich House, II All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference "Piano Today" at the Saint-Petersburg Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov etc.

Since 2016 he is a Corresponding Member of the International Catherine Academy of Arts in Germany (korrespondierendes Mitglied der Katharinen Akademie der Künste in Deutschland).

Alexander has been very active in concert appearances.

He performs in Russia and Ukraine.

In Odessa: at the Odessa Roerich House Museum, Great Hall of the Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Music Academy, Odessa Philharmonic, Odessa Opera, Golden Hall of the State Literature Museum etc.;

In Moscow: at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, Vernadsky State Geological Museum, Scriabin Museum, Russian Foreign House, State Institute of Art History, Ukrainian Cultural Center on Arbat, Yamaha Artist Center, Kawai Hall, Lermontov library, Niko Gallery, Sviblovo Manor and other concert halls, art galleries, cultural centers, libraries etc.;

In Saint-Petersburg: at the State Museum-Institute of the Roerich family on Vasilyevsky Island, Sestroretsk Kurort, concerts of Petroconcert, festival
«The Romantics of Baltic Sea», museum-estate «Priyutino», Alvar Aalto Vyborg Library etc;

Also in other cities: Vyborg etc.

Since 2007 Alexander has annual appearances in Germany, where he performs as a concert artist. Also he takes part in concerts of chamber music and at premieres of works by contemporary composers from Europe and USA. He plays with orchestra.

In September 2015 he gave a series of concerts during the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Academy of Music in Ohsenhausen (Landesakademie für die musizierende Jugend in Baden-Württemberg, Germany).

His most recent concerts in Germany took successfully place in July-August 2018 and 2019 in Berkheim, Ohsenhausen, Bad Schussenried and Fellheim (Baden Württemberg and Bavaria).

In October 2018 Alexander has successfully performed in Panama City (Republic of Panama).

In March 2020, Alexander played a solo concert in the Russian-Tanzanian Cultural Centre in Dar es-Salaam (Tanzania). Also, he held master-classes for young pianists studying in one of the most prestigious school in Dar es-Salaam - International School of Tanganyika.

Some of reports after Alexander's concerts and other events are already published in social networks.

Tanzanian performances:

Some of recent Germany performances:

In 2015, Alexander won the Bruno Frey Music Award (Ochsenhausen, Germany).

Alexander Trukhin is the winner and prizer of numerous international piano competitions, among them:

"ISAM" International Piano Competition (Michelstadt, Germany, 2007,
I prize);

Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition (Tiraspol, Moldova, 2003, Grand Prix);

Maria Yudina International Piano Competition (Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2016);

Ricard Viñes International Piano Competition (Lleida, Spain, 2018).

ISCART International Piano Competition (Lugano, Switzerland, 2021, I prize).

Also he is on jury of international piano competitions:
«Siegfried Weishaupt Piano Prize» (Germany; this competition is recognized by the Alink-Argerich Foundation), «Golden Fest» (Ukraine) etc.

Alexander Trukhin has been active in teaching of piano and theory for more than 12 years.

He worked in the Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Music Academy and in the 5th Odessa Music School as a concertmaster and as a piano teacher.

Now Alexander works at the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia as a piano pedagogue.

Alongside, Alexander gives a lot of private lessons in Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as remotely for students from any country. Alexander has many positive feedbacks from his pupils.

Jaime Mansilla
Jaime Mansilla (highlights)

"Mr. Mansilla shows to be a super technician." New York Times - New York, USA - Carnegie Hall "Jaime Mansilla is simply a world class violinist." The Faulkner Review (United Kingdom). Review for Album Stravaganza 3 with the NYPhilarmonia orchestra (2018) Recitals and concerts in more than 30 countries, and in the best concert halls of the world: Carnegie Hall (New York, USA), Place des Arts (Montreal, Canada), Mozarteum of Salzburg (Austria).....
Jaime Mansilla has produced and released 19 productions (albums & singles) as a recording artist, violinist and conductor in the USA between 2008 and 2019. "The Tzigane of Ravel rendition was with technic and impressive temperament" El Mercurio - Santiago, Chile.
"Jaime Mansilla as a conductor and soloist accomplished a historical world record with the concert in Antarctic territory" CNN and London BBC (1993) He has shared the stage in concerts with world class artist such as: Luciano Pavarotti, Donna Summer, Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman, Joshua Bell, Placido Domingo, Tony Bennett, etc. The only Chilean musician member of the World Philharmonic orchestra with Lorin Maazel- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1986)

A widely internationally recognized Violinist, Soloist, Concertmaster and Recording artist, Jaime Mansilla has performed concerts in 30 different countries, and in the best concert halls of the world, including several appearances at Carnegie Hall in New York; the United Nations; Place des Arts- Montreal, Canada; Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria; Martinu Hall in Prague, Czech Republic; Bartok Radio Hall in Budapest, Hungry; Jagellonian University in Krakow, Poland and many others. He has performed extensively throughout Europe, with concert appearances in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Holland and Switzerland, to name a few.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Mansilla has shared the stage with the giants of the music world such as Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Tony Bennett, Donna Summer, Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and many others artists.
Founder, conductor and violin soloist of the chamber orchestra of Santiago with which he performed for many years in an series of concerts, tours, recordings, and spectacular projects such as the first concert of the world in Antarctic territory, the most southern concert in the world, concerts in the highlands of South America, etc. In 1992, he played at Carnegie Hall and drew positive reviews from the New York Times including an accolade as "a superb technician".

In 1993, he performed in the first concert ever to be held in the world in the Antarctic territory, serving as soloist and conductor. This landmark performance was covered by CNN, BBC of London and all the South American press outlets for radio and television. That same year he was awarded with the Prize of the Critics and the National Prize of Music.

Recording Artist:
An important part of Jaime Mansilla's musical career has been recordings. In addition to collaborations with many other recording artists, in the pop and classical musical fields, he has
done many recordings as a soloist with chamber orchestras, piano & symphony orchestras in South America, Europe and the United States of America. His first recordings in the USA were produced under the "Music Studio" record label and released in 2009. Those recordings were the following:
1 - Antonio Vivaldi "The Four Seasons"
2 - "Beethoven Violin Sonatas"
3 - "The Magic Violin"

Recordings released in 2017 by Music Studio record label in the USA:
1 - "My First Classical Music Album"
2 - "The 20 Greatest Pieces of Classical Music"

Recordings released in 2018 and 2019 in the USA by the DistroKid record label: Jaime Mansilla, Violin and The NY Philarmonia Orchestra:
1 - "Nessun Dorma" - Single. Released Jan 3, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
2 - "Un bel di vedremo" - Single. Released: Jan 4, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
3 - "Stravaganza 3" - Album. Released: Jan 5, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
4 - "La Donna E Mobile" - Single. Released: Jan 8, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
5 - "Figaro" - Single. Released: Jan 8, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
6 - "Carmen" - Album. Released: Jan 27, 2018 (℗ 2018 724275 Records DK)
7 - "Thais Meditation". Single. Released Mar 2, 2018 (724275 Records DK)
8 - "Game of Thrones" - Soubdtrack. Released: May 17, 2019 ℗ 2019 - Records DK
9 - "Opera's Hits". Album (13 tunes). Released: May 20, 2019℗ 2019 Records DK
10 - "For the Love of a Princess" Soundtrack. Released: May 22, 2019 Records DK
8 - "Traviata". Album. Released June 6, 2019 (724275 Records DK)
9 - "The Queen of the Night"as a Conductor. Released June 10, 2019 (724275- DK)
10 - "Schindler's List". Released June 10, 2019 (724275 Records DK)
11 - "Shape of You" (cover - pop music). Release date: October 7, 2019 (Records DK)

All these recordings are available in iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, etc. He also studied at the School of Music at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA with the recognized violinist, American master Mr. Daniel Heifetz. Mr. Mansilla plays his music in an old century violin A. STRADIVARIUS, crafted in 1701 in Cremona, Italy. He lives in the United States of America as a prolific musician, soloist, violinist conductor, and recording artist.
Olga Romanko
Born in Moscow, Olga Romanko graduated in singing at the famous Moscow Gnessin Conservatory. In 1987, she was the winner of the prestigious International Competition in Rio de Janeiro and subse- quently took part in master classes at the Teatro Regio di Parma. Encouraged by her success, Olga Romanko decided to pursue a professional stage career. Since 1988, the Russian soprano performs regularly at Opera Houses in Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany and Great Britain. Parallel to her per- formances she continued with her singing and drama lessons.

After a successful debut in the role of Musetta (La Boheme), Olga Romanko started a brilliant career portraying the main roles in La Forza del Destino, II Trovatore. I Pagliacci, Madame Butterfly, Falstaff, Le Nozze di Figaro, Faust, Turandot, Un Ballo in Maschera, Aida, at the opera houses of Moscow, Berlin, Rotterdam, Zurich, Barcelona, Hamburg, Munich and Parma. She sang the Desdemona in Otel-lo at the Arena di Verona, with Daniel Oren and Placido Domingo and made her debut at the Teatro Regio di Torino in Jerusalem, under the baton of Bruno Campanella. She performed the title role in Gluck's Armida at the Hamburgische Staatsoper, and sang in Respighi's La Fiamma at the opera hou-se in Rome.In Las Palmas she made her debut in the title role of Adriana Lecovreur under the baton of Marco Armiliato. In 1999, she gained great success singing Fedora at the Teatro di Bellas Artes in Me-xico City. In the same year, she performed successfully in Aida and returned to the Teatro di San Car-lo di Napoli to sing in Tchaikovsky's Yolanta. In the year 2000, she made her debut at the Wiener Staatsoper with // Trovatore and sang Aida in Shanghai. In May 2001, she performed again in a new production of Aida in Athens, directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi. She appeared on stage in Trovatore in Rot-terdam, Carmen in Brescia, / Pagliacci and Cavalleria Rusticana at the opera house in New Jersey and Aida in Stade de France in Paris.

In 2003, Olga Romanko performed in Un Ballo in Maschera at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Il Tro- vatore at the Hamburgische Staatsoper, Dvorak's Wanda at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. Still in 2003, she sang Aida in Brescia before leaving with the Teatro Regio di Parma for Seoul, South Korea, and later for a concert at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin.

In 2004 and 2005, Olga Romanko performed at the most famous Opera Houses around the world. In March 2006, she sang in Il Trovatore under the baton of Zubin Metha.Olga Romanko enjoyed an ou- tstanding reputation as interpreter of the title role in Tosca, which she performed successfully in Mu- nich and in Prague. In July 2006, Olga Romanko sang Aida in the Terme di Caracalla of the teatro dell'Opera di Roma ".In November 2006, Olga Romanko sang for the new production of Simon Bocca- negra in the Croatian National Opera for 6 performances and in March/April 2007, the soprano sang Tosca in Hamburg's Staatsoper, Pique Dame in the Finnish National Opera and the role of Tosca in the Festival of San Luis in Mexico. She sang for a new production of Un Ballo in Maschera for 13 per- formances in Grazer Oper. She then followed with some performances of Aida and Tosca in the Pra-gue National Opera. In November 2007, Olga Romanko was the Princess in The Devil and Kate by Dvorak, for two concerts at the Koln Philarmonie with the WDR Orchestra and recorded for ORPHEO Label, (conductor Gerd Albrecht).In December/January 2008, Olga Romanko made her debut in the Israeli Opera as Leonora in La Forza del Destino, then followed on with Tosca in Guadalajara's Teatro Degollado in Mexico. On March, in the Teatro Sao Carlos of Lisbona, the artist performed two works by Serguej Rachmaninov, Francesca da Rimini and Aleko (Zemfira). For the year 2008, we would also like to remember the recent productions of Madama Butterfly in the Teatro Principal de Palma de Mayorca and the same work in Maribor's Slovenian Opera Theater, followed by Aida at the Terme di Caracalla in Rome, produced by the Teatro dell'Opera, Sarka by the Leos Janacek Dutch production for the Utrecht Festival with National Radio Channel 4. In January 2009, Olga Romanko sang for the Finnish national Opera, the role of Floria in Tosca, to follow with her debut role of Lady Macbeth in the Rennes Opera, follow Tosca in Operalocarno with conduction of Carlo Palleschi. We would remember the Messa da Requiem of G. Verdi in Miland in memory of Luciano Pavarotti and for benefit of Abruzzo earthquake.

For the 2009/2010 seasons, the soprano sang la Fanciulla del West in the Théâtre de l'Opéra in Limoges, Tosca in International Festival Torre del Lago Puccini, Rusalka in Finnish National Opera, Il Trovatore in Teatro Comunale di Piacenza and Teatro di Bolzano. In march 2010 Olga Romanko made her debut in Moscow international Dom Musik, for an im-portant Gala Concert, with the argentinian tenor Josè Cura. For the saison 2011/12 Olga Romanko sings 12 perfomances of new production of Suor Angelica in Finnish National Opera and on the same theather, She sings in february/march 2012 the protagonist role of Rusalka, title of A. Dvorak. In 2012 february the soprano sings 3 performances of new production of La Forza del Destino in Vlamsee Opera in Antwerpen (Belgium).For 2013 saison Olga Romanko sings TOSCA of G. Puccini in a new production of Vlaamse Opera. In april 2013 Olga Romanko sings Elvira on Ernani's work of G. Verdi with the Bavarian Radio Philarmonich orchestra, with the musical direction of Maestro Frederich Haider.

Olga Romanko sings saison 2014/15 a new production of Ernani of Giuseppe Verdi in Moravian Opera Theater of Ostrava and Pietro Mascagni production Of Cavalleria Rusticana, on Role of Santuzza in south Bohemian Theater. Others engagements: Aida in Korea in Sugi Opera and role of Maddalena in Andrea Chenier in Moravian Silesian Theater and Aida in Narodni Divadlo Praga. Olga Romanko was international guest on Taormina Opera Star 2015, in Sicily. The soprano has sung at the Great Open Air theater of MILANO EXPO with 30,000 peoples and with the highest authorities' state including Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. In July 2016 Olga Romanko will 'teaching a master class for opera's vocalist at the important musical institution of Ticino Musica.

Her discography includes the recordings of Puccini's Suor Angelica for Decca, songs by Stravinsky for the Talent label, Aida, II Trovatore and Concerto Verdiano for Companions, two records of Verdi's Requiem for Capriccio Digital and Ars Musici, as well as Dvorak's Wanda for Orfeo. New recordings include Stravinsky Songs under Belgian Label Talent Record, and Olga Romanko Operas Greatest Arias, Verdi Puccini Cilea Bizet and Il Palazzo Incantato, the baroque opera by Luigi Rossi, a live recording in collaboration with Amadeus Magazine.
Gianmario Strappat
Born in Italy, he holds concerts as soloist, in chamber and orchestral formations. He graduated in Tuba with the vote of 110/110, praise and honorable mention. He has recorded for Rai, Vatican Radio, Sky Classica, CNN, Concerto-Music Media record company and published for the publishing houses Accademia and Micropress (works distributed by La Feltrinelli). He was interviewed by radio and television broadcasters from the United States, Brazil, Australia, Paraguay, Estonia, Africa, China, Slovenia (Radio Koper), Hungary, Albania, China, Bulgaria, Spain, Canada, Montenegro, Egypt etc ..., which they also broadcast his performances for tuba and orchestra. As soloist he has performed in England, Romania, Albania, Germany, Greek, Moldova, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro (150th anniversary for the death of Gioacchino Rossini), Austria and in Russia at the prestigious "P.I. Tchaikovsky " festival accompanied by the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bulgarian National Symphony Orchestra, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (Russia, Udmurtia), the State Philarmonic Orchestra of Vidin in Bulgaria, the National Chamber Orchestra of Moldova, the Bulgarian Dianapolis Chamber Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of Kazakhstan. He was the first tubist to win the prestigious Nino Rota Award, previously gave to artists such K. Ricciarelli and J. Horowitz. Now he is docent at Higher Institute of music Jose Hernandez in Buenos Aires for tuba and euphonium academic annual online course. He given masterclass and recital in presence and online in some Universities, Conservatories and Superior Institutes of music in Moldova, USA, Sudafrica, Brazil, Perù, Albania, Kosovo, Paraguay, Cile, Venezuela, Argentina, Honduras, Uganda (Africa), Costa Rica, Mexico and Bolivia. Ancona, his city has awarded him with the meritorious citizenship. On March 23, 2019 he performed at the Bachmuseum in Leipzig, at the opening concert for the celebrations of the 334° birth of J. S. Bach and on June 29, 2019 he gave a recital at the Mozarteum in Salzsburg (Wiener Saal). Previously he had performed in Votkinsk in Russia at the birthplace of P.I. Tchaikovsky in the presence of eminent figures from the Russian music scene. On this occasion he performed Bach's II Suite for tuba solo. He also performed on Rai 2 (Italian National Radio Television) for a world premiere event dedicated to Marco Pantani. Gianmario Strappati is "Ambassador of Don Bosco Missions for music in the world"
Anthony Tam
Pianist, examiner, competition juror, pedagogue, clinician holds the Fellowship Diploma in Piano Performance from the National College of Music, London and the Fellowship Diploma in Piano Teaching from the Victoria College of Music, London.

At the same time, he is also the holder of the piano performance diplomas from the Australian Music Examinations Board and the University of West London. He is appointed as a member of the Academical Board of the National College of Music and becomes the first non-British to be chosen to join as a member in the College's history of more than 120 years.

He is also the first Chinese to be appointed as a music examiner for both the National College of Music and the Victoria College of Music. In 2012, he was further appointed as a senior examiner for the National College of Music, London and will be responsible for further administration of the College. He was the past examiner of the British Columbia Conservatory of Music, Canada.

In 2017, he joins as a music examiner for the Con Brio Examination Board. He is the first and only one worldwide to hold the position as a music examiner for four different examination boards at the same time. He has wide experience in assessing piano examination candidates. On top of being as a music examiner, he is appointed by National College of Music to be the piano duet examination syllabus coordinator and from 2014, he was also responsible for coordinating and rewriting the piano syllabus. He is a member of the American Liszt Society and through some contribution, he has earned the title as a 'Lisztian". He is also a member in good standing of the Australian Guild of Music and Speech. He is an associate member of the European Piano Teachers Association.

In 2018, he is named as the Hong Kong President of the World Piano Teachers Association. He is also invited to join as the juror in piano competition and composition competition organised by the World Piano Teachers Association.

In 2020, he is named as the Chief Examiner of the Italian Music Assessment Board System which is an examination board based in Italy.

Born, raised and totally trained in Hong Kong, he started to take up piano lessons when he was at the age of 5. He appeared on television one year later performing a whole programme of Beethoven. His teachers included Madam Kam-Mui Deng and Madam Wo-Ping Law who were famous pedagogues in Hong Kong. He also studied briefly with Mr. Colin Kingsley. He has played in masterclasses given by the American pianist Malcolm Frager and the great Shura Cherkassky. Under the full recommendation from Madam Law, he has got a chance to learn under Cherkassky for some time.
He is a pianist, teacher, juror and clinician and has been on the jury of some local and international competitions. He was the Jury Chairman of the Steinway PIano Competition in 2014 and was the President of Jury of the Mozart International Piano Competition. He has also judged the World Piano Pedagogy Conference Competition in USA and last year, he was the President of Jury of the Euterpe Competition in Italy and in 2018, he has judged an international piano competition in Venice organised by the Debussy Society. This year, he will judge the Merci Maestro Competition in Belgium. He is also the Artistic Director of the Neapolitan Masters Competition in Asia. He has concertised in many countries including UK, Canada, USA and some countries in Europe.

Since obtaining the Doctorate degree in Music Education, he has taught in many countries. He is a sought-after teacher in many Asian countries and is a teacher with many award-winning students. He has given lectures, masterclasses, workshops for different organisers on different occasions. He is keen on presenting teacher training programmes for music teachers worldwide. Years ago, he was appointed as a representative of the Victoria Piano Summer School in Canada. In 2015, he was appointed as the Director of International Studies (Pedagogy and Masterclasses) of the Ultimate Music Theory of Canada. UMT will issue a series called "Masterclasses by Anthony Tam' in the near future.

He is also the Hong Kong Director of the Cambodia Support Group (Canada) which promotes music education in Cambodia. He travels to Cambodia on a regular basis to give intensive courses to teachers and students.

Right now, he is on the way to create a new piano summer school programme in the city of Kimberley, Canada in cooperation with the Canadian Brahms specialist Arne Sahlen. He is now the Artistic Director of the PianoFocus Summer Camp in Canada. He is also a column writer in music education and music learning for some child-related publications and is interviewed widely on different occasions by the press. He is also a writer writing on subjects about piano education in different magazines. His book about music study has been published by Dynamic Publications in 2020.
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