I am a very patient and supportive teacher and I strongly believe that music helps to develop the personality of each child and helps them to become a better person. I teach music in a way that makes every student feel special, valued, and encouraged. My goal is to bring a child to his or her highest potential artistic level with a positive emotional experience.
Konstantin Arakelov has a passion for teaching and has been teaching individual violin and violin ensemble lessons privately and in music schools for over twenty years. Konstantin began teaching violin and violin ensemble lessons in 1989 at music schools in Belarus. He has enjoyed teaching students ages 3 and up in a private violin studio in Brookline. He worked as a Violin Ensemble Teacher in Newton. Konstantin Arakelov teaches using the Suzuki and Traditional methods, tailoring the instructions to each student to get the best results. Konstantin received Suzuki training at the Hartt Institute and at the Suzuki School of Newton with Edward Kreitman and Carol Sykes who worked and studied with Dr. Suzuki in Japan. Konstantin is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
Mr. Arakelov is founder and music director of the Chamber Ensemble, “Elegia” which has performed at festivals, competitions, concerts, and private events. His performance experience included the Baku Operetta Theatre Orchestra, the Violin Ensemble of the Palace of Culture, Ensemble “Kruniza”, and the Chamber Ensemble “Elegia”.
B.M. Violin Teaching and Performance, Baku Music College; M.M. Violin Teaching and Performance, Azerbaijan State Conservatory