I would like my students to become not only enthusiastic and educated music lovers, but also to be able to express themselves through music, and the art of piano playing. The emphasis of my teaching is on building proper technique and thorough musicianship, while providing each student with the necessary knowledge of music theory to explore their individual creative abilities. All of these gradually will develop the fundamental understanding and mastery of each composition learned and performed. Lessons are designed to meet the specific needs and goals of each student.
A native of Russia, Svetlana Krasnova received her Master’s degree in Piano Performance and Post-Graduate degree in collaborative piano from the Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow, Russia. While in Moscow, Ms. Krasnova taught piano to undergrad piano majors (as a Graduate Teaching Assistant) as well as private piano lessons for ages 6-18, and to adults in the pre-college and Continuing Education Department. In the United States her teaching experience includes faculty positions at Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, and at the College of DuPage. After moving to Boston, Ms. Krasnova joined the piano faculty of Powers Music School in the fall of 2015, and the piano faculty of Brookline Music School in the fall of 2016.
Ms. Krasnova has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Russia, Italy, Canada, and United States. She participated as a collaborative artist and chamber musician in a number of music festivals, including Weathersfield Music Festival (Vermont), Rome Opera Festival (Italy), and Cremona International Music Academy (Italy). She has performed as a guest artist in solo and chamber music recitals at Minnesota School of Music, Kansas University at Lawrence, Roosevelt University, De Paul University, and Curtis Institute of Music.
B.M., Gnesin Special School of Music, Moscow; M.M., Piano Performance, Gnesin Academy of Music, Moscow; Post-Graduate Studies in Collaborative Piano, Gnesin Academy of Music