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Zador Music College (Piano)
Franz Liszt Music Academy /State University Budapest (Master's)
Manhattan School Of Music, New York City, USA (Other)
Ukrainian pianist, Angelika, started playing the piano at age 3 and since then it has evolved to be her greatest passion in life. Angelika has studied in many prestigious music conservatories and academies in Ukraine, Hungary and the U.S, among which are the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest and the Manhattan School of Music in New-York City.
Throughout her studies, she gained much experience in teaching and performing. Angelika has participated in numerous international competitions and winning top prizes, among them are the international Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Utrecht, The Netherlands and the Yamaha Piano Competition in Budapest, Hungary.
Angelika has performed throughout the world with many orchestras and world renowned conductors, such as Philip Entremont and Benjamin Ellin with the Saint-Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam.
In addition to performing, Angelika has been teaching privately for over 10 years in Ukraine as well as holding a position as a Maestra in the Franz Liszt Conservatory in Quito, Ecuador.
Angelika has been considering teaching as her greatest passion and has always put her utmost attention to all of her students by passing down her own knowledge, abilities and above all, love for music. Ukrainian pianist, Angelika, started playing the piano at age 3 and since then it has evolved to be her greatest passion in life. Angelika has studied in many prestigious music conservatories and academies in Ukraine, Hungary and the
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