From 6 years old
Price: 780 €We offer individual lessons for guitar, piano, violin, cello, clarinet and singing delivered by our highly esteemed team of teachers.
The timetable is to be agreed with the school.
Music lesson packages are annual only.
Two catch up lessons will be held at the end of the school year, if needed, between 12 and 23 June 2023.
Please notice that it's not possible to cancel lessons or schedule catch up lessons outside the agreed time
I’ve always played for most of my life.
I studied guitar and electronic music at the Conservatory of Music in Vicenza, then I moved to London where I studied songwriting at BIMM, a college of modern music. I’m a songwriter and I perform all over Italy in clubs and festivals with my songs. In the meantime I have been teaching guitar, songwriting and music production for several years.
Boris Iliev was born in 1990 in Bulgaria. He started to play the piano at the age of 5 and enrolled at Milan’s Conservatory “Giuseppe Verdi” when he was 13 years old. In 2010 he received his Master degree (piano performance). Later on he majored in Chamber Music and obtained his Master degree in 2013 (110 out of 110). He worked as a piano accompanist at the Conservatory for 2 years. In 2017 Boris played with the violinist Nicola Di Benedetto at the Elgar Room of the Royal Albert Hall. That same year they flew to New York and played along with other artists at the Weill Hall of the Carnegie Hall. In 2018 he received his Bachelor Degree in Foreign Languages and Literature at Milan’s Università degli Studi. His thesis was entirely written in French.
He speaks English, Italian, French and Bulgarian. Now he is studying Spanish as his fifth language.
Jacopo Croci, graduated from the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan, he has been playing the piano since he was a child, and has been composing and performing piano music for years with the Believe Music label: it has recently exceeded 1 million views on Spotify. He has collaborated in several theatrical performances with the Paolo Grassi Civic Academy.
In addition to his love for the piano, there is also his love for teaching: he has many years of experience behind him in various milanese Music Schools (and recently also online). After a long time spent looking for a book that could thrill students as much as possible in learning the piano, he then thought it would be more fun to create his own and therefore "Pianofortissimo!" was born, recently published by Sinfonica publishing house.
I has always been passionate about culture, the arts, and music in particular. After graduating from the Conservatorio "G. Verdi" of Milan in 2012 with a degree in Canto Lirico (Opera Singing) I spent several years performing and participating in theatre productions in various roles. I also discovered my passion for teaching and have worked as a voice coach, piano teacher and founded two institutions related to this topic. I have trained hundreds of students leveraging my classical training to develop a diverse array of skills from lyrical to modern pop.
ANDREA HELEN LYSACK
Canadian cellist Andrea Helen Lysack has performed extensively worldwide. She was a member of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (Kuala Lumpur), Windsor Symphony Orchestra (Canada), and the Orquestra do Algarve (Portugal). Since moving to Italy in 2014, she has collaborated with the Teatro Regio di Torino, Orchestra Filarmonica del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, and Filarmonica della Scala. She taught cello at the Conservatório Regional do Algarve and at several international schools in Italy.
The student is at the centre of her teaching method. She uses techniques to cultivate physical awareness, sensitivity to sound and a love for the instrument.
MARINA AMELIE PELIZZARO
Marina began the study of the clarinet at the age of 9 and graduated with honors from the Padua Conservatorium, followed by the Master Rocco Carbonara.
From an early age she also showed a great passion for singing and she decided to join the church choir at the age of 7 and, later on, to learn and deepen the vocal technique by taking private lessons in modern singing.
During her specialization at the Conservatorium she discovers the world of early childhood music education and falls in love with it.
She attends the Orff Schulwerk training course for elementary education in music and movement and, since 2012, she collaborates with daycares and kindergartens as a music teacher for musical educational projects.
From January 2017 to December 2021 she lives in Sydney (Australia) working at different music schools as a clarinet teacher, singing teacher and early childhood music teacher and at the "Bluebell Music" association working in kindergartens and with groups of mums and children aged 0 to 5 in Italian and English.
During her stay in Sydney she also collaborates as a soprano with the Sydney Philarmonia Choir performing at the Sydney Opera House and with the North Sydney Symphony Orchestra as a second clarinet.
Marina is very excited about teaching and she can't wait to share her passion for music with all of her students!