In November 2015, one of Windsor Piano School students has been selected to participate in Lang Lang International Music Camp, 2015. One of our students, Harvey Lin, reached BBC Young Musician of the Year 2016 Category Finals. Windsor Piano School opened its doors in November 2008 and developed an excellent reputation very quickly.
Here, at the Windsor Piano School, we introduce students to our unique Russian Piano method.
Windsor Piano School's goal is to help students explore various musical styles such as: classical, pop, and jazz in greater depth so that their opinion of composers, genres, and musical periods is based on first-hand experience.
We make the learning process an interesting and enjoyable experience for both student and teacher. Due to popular demand, our school has expanded and we now offer violin, guitar, drums, singing and flute lessons. Edita's College teacher was talented professor and piano performer, M.Radvilaite who had graduated with honours from the State Moscow Conservatory.
After graduation from the J.Tallat-Kelpsa Music College in Vilnius, Edita continued studies in classical piano at the Lithuanian Music Academy. Edita started teaching her first students while being in Music Academy, after which she decided to be a teacher and to continue performing piano.
Since 2001 Edita has been living in London and worked as a piano teacher in different schools.
Alexandra VilmA?nyi has been teaching piano for more than a decade now, working in this field since her graduation. She gained her Master's diploma as a harpsichordist in 2004 at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where she studied on the early music course with Nicholas Parle. Aside from her interest in teaching, Alexandra always enjoys performing as a harpsichordist and continues to play in orchestras and chamber groups specialising in early music. Przemek’s performances have take him to many European countries and venues as a laureate and participant of many competitions and festivals both for solo and chamber musicians.
As a solo performer and chamber musician he has performed in masterclasses with many famous pianists such as Joseph Banovetz, Bruno Canino, Therese Fahy, Kevin Kenner, Aleksei Orlovetsky, Dhang Thai Son, Anthony Spiri, Joseph Stanford, Adam Wodnicki also participating in the courses led by Mitsuko Uchida, Alfred Brendel and John Lill.
Because of reception of his performances and artistic achievements, Przemek is a holder of many prestigious awards and prizes both in Poland and UK.
Andrei is the son of a classical composer and university piano professor and as a talented child, he won a place at the Secondary Specialised School of Music in Minsk.
Over the years, he has performed around the world, and won numerous awards at InternationalA  Jazz & Music Festivals in Russia, Belarus, Germany, Estonia, Lithuania and Switzerland.
Andrei is the fourth generation of piano teacher and since 1985, has been teaching students of different levels and varied abilities.
Alena was soon accepted at the Prague Conservatoire, where she also studied for her Masters Degree.
Alena is an extremely experienced concert pianist, and has performed at the most famous concert halls in Prague, as well as at various music events in London.
She gained her first piano teaching experience during her studies and became a passionate piano teacher who likes to combine hard work of piano learning and practising with a fun approach of discovering the depths of music. In 2011, Alena was delighted to be offered a teaching position at Windsor Piano School and hopes to excite her students with the wonderful world of piano music. In 2002, she was chosen from hundreds of young musicians to compete at the Tunbridge Wells International Competition for young artists and in 2003, she was highly recommended by Holmes Piano Prize in London College of Music. Demis was born in Italy and started studying piano at the age of 5 with his first public performance at the age of 7. Demis has performed classical and jazz at various venues throughout the UK and abroad, including Vestry hall, Wembley conference centre, Bush Hall, Ealing Jazz Festival, Edinbrugh Fringe and abroad in Italy, Dubai and around the Mediterranean. Demis is delighted to join the team of teachers at Windsor Piano Schools and is looking forward to inspiring a new generation of musical talent.
In the past years He has attended master classes and lessons held by pianists such as Irene Inzerillo, Riccardo Risaliti, Denis Pascal, Christos Sakellaridis, Deniz Gelenbe, Douglas Finch, Bruno Canino, Margaret Fingherat, Martino Tirimo, Barry Snyder, Martin Kasik, Christin Croshaw, David Kennedy, Augine Asti, Pascal RogA?.
Giulioa€™s performances have take him to many European countries and venues as a laureate and participant of many competitions and festivals both for solo and chamber musicians. Antonio has gained his degree in music in Piano Performance at the Royal College of Music of Granada (Southern Spain) and a Masters degree in Music Education in the University of Granada (equivalent to PGCE) passed with honors. For the past years he has attended masterclasses and lessons held by internationally renowned pianists such as Sergei Senkov, Martino Tirimo, Douglas Finch, Denis Gelenbe, Andrea Lucchesini, Mauro Landi,Alicja Kledzik.
Alvaro is an active soloist and chamber musician and  has performed in many venues around Italy and UK.
Supported by the Trinity College London Scholarship, he has successfully finished a MMUS in piano performance at Trinity Laban conservatoire of Music and Dance under the guidance of Simon Young. Alvaro believes the real aim of a teacher is to enable his pupils to get along without him, by creating a student-centred environment and encouraging their inquisitiveness. In 2010 he graduated with distinction in Solo Piano, Chamber Music and Accompaniment at Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra, where he studied piano with professor Alexei Eremine. In order to continue working privately with professor Peter Bithell, Saul was awarded in 2012 and 2013 a scholarship by FundaA§A?o Calouste Gulbenkian. As a performer Saul Picado works regularly both as soloist and chamber musician giving recitals mainly in Portugal and in the UK.
Apart from his work as a concert pianist Saul has been teaching the piano for 5 years and was offered a place at Windsor Piano School in 2014. She took a part at several Masterclasses with Sergio De Simone, Marco Ghilarducci, Silvia Cuccurullo, Natasha Kislenko, Ilaria Maurri, Gabriele Baldocci, Ruth Pardo, Andres Manchado Lopez, Alessandra Artifoni, Martino Tirimo, Pascal RogA?, Teresa Trevisan.
Soon after graduation Adrian became a professional session player and could be regularly seen on TV programmes such as Top Of The Pops and CDUK playing alongside famous pop stars such as Craig David and Louise. He enjoys teaching many different styles of music, including Jazz, Rock, Pop and Classical.
David has been living in London since 2010, arranging music for different artists and performing in places such as Hyde Park, The Bedfort, The Troubadour and the Vortex Jazz Club. David is delighted to have been offered a teaching position at Windsor Piano School as he also has a passion for teaching. Portuguese violinist Carla Santos was awarded in 2009 a place at the prestigious Royal College of Music in London, studying with Professor Radu Blidar for her Master Degree in Performance. Carla Santos was admitted in 1995 into the ConservatA?rio de MA?sica Calouste Gulbenkian in Aveiro, in Ana Sofia Mota’s class.


In 2003, she joined the Youth Symphonic Orchestra of Santa Maria da Feira, where she was indicated as concertino. Carla concluded her Conservatory studies with the maximum classification in 2004, having received the FundaA§A?o Pascoal Award for best instrument student in that year.
In 2005 she was admitted at Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra in Lisbon, where she studied with A?gnes SA?rosi, and graduated in 2009. Carla participated in numerous Masterclasses given by Gerardo Ribeiro, Valentin Stefanov, Sebastian See-Schierenberg, Max Rabinowitsj, Daniel Rowland, AnA­bal Lima, Angel Sampedro, Radu Unguereanu, Gilles Apap, David FrA?hwirth, Marco Rizzi and Liviu Prunaru. Also in September 2012, they presented their first CD with works by JanA?A?ek, Ravel and Enescu. Having graduated from Birmingham Conservatoire with a First Class Honours BMus Degree in Jazz, JJ currently resides in London where he studies at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music under the guidance of some of the world's finest musicians and educators including Pete Churchill, Django Bates, Stan Sulzman, Martin France, Paul Clarvis, Ian Thomas and Nick Smart. A recording and touring bandleader of several projects and sideman in many more, JJ has performed alongside the likes of NYJO, Stan Tracey, Jean Toussaint, Scott Stroman and Celine Dion and has played venues including Wembley Stadium, The Royal Albert Hall, Pizza Express Jazz Club (Soho), The Reebok Arena, York Racecourse and the Hippodrome (Birmingham). JJ has also appeared on prime-time TV shows on BBC 1 as well as live broadcasts, recorded sessions and studio appearances on various national and regional radio stations. Through his studies JJ has had the honour of working with and appearing in workshops with such world-renowned musicians as Jeff Ballard, John Hollenbeck, Django Bates, Dave Douglas, Dave Holland, Mark Turner, Mike Janisch and Phil Robson.
He recently graduated from the Royal College of Music, where he studied the Artist Diploma under the tutelage of the principal flute players of the LSO and LPO. Supported by the Tillett Trust and the Leverhulme Trust, Pedro has been awarded in several international competitions including the Harold Clarke Woodwind Competition, Ibercaja Competition and more recently in 'El Primer Palau' at the Music Palace in Barcelona.
Recent highlights are a Performance of Frank Martin Ballade at Het Concertgebouw, chamber music recitals at the Royal Opera House and Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, a recording for the spanish radio RNE and a recital at St-Martin-in-the-fields. Pedro is a passionate teacher and educational projects include the London Philharmonic 'Fun Harmonics', Royal Opera House 'Chance to Dance' and Jette Parker Young Artists, 'in Harmoni' Lambeth wind coaching and Family concerts in Waterloo and Cadogan Hall. Mark Glanville started life as an aspiring professional clarinettist before discovering that he had a singing voice.
Mark has been teaching singing privately for a number of years and in 2015 became singing teacher at Kingham Hill School. As a writer Mark has been a regular contributor to Opera Now, The Singer, Classical Music Magazine, The Times Literary Supplement, The Jewish Quarterly and The Jewish Chronicle.
Born to a musician family in Macedonia, Vlatko Ivanov showed his love to music at early days.
Despite from his wide and busy performing career, Vlatko has over five years’ experience in the educational system of Macedonia as a Qualified Music teacher. Since 2013 Vlatko has been living in United Kingdom and worked as a saxophone teacher in different schools.
Vlatko is delighted to have been given the opportunity to share his experience and his love to music with students at Windsor Piano School. It is the best choice of highest quality piano instruction based on the Legendary Russian System.
This technique is suitable for all levels and all ages and is perfect for children.We focus on hand position, fingering, as well as posture and quality of sound.
We provide a friendly and comfortable atmosphere where teachers and students alike are partners in the learning process. At age seven, she was registered to a music school for gifted children, where she was studying classical piano till she was sixteen. During the years of tenacious study, Edita has mastered and perfected the performance skills as well as acquired fundamental knowledge in child psychology, pedagogy and various techniques of teaching piano.
She was invited to work as a pianist with the Opera and Ballet Theatre and on Lithuanian television in the City of Vilnius, Lithuania. That is why she believes in an individual approach, and that patience and love are the most important things of successful teaching. She is happy that she has the opportunity of doing what she loves most and enjoys continuing to help students discover the beautiful world of music. Before becoming involved with baroque music, she studied piano at the Liszt Ferenc Music College in Hungary, Budapest, with AndrA?s Kemenes and graduated as a piano teacher. Over the past few years she has split her career between London and Budapest, and gained experience in a variety of teaching styles. The most important appearances included: Steinway Hall and Royal Albert Hall a€“ Elgar Room in London, Polish Cultural Institute in Madrid, Polish Cultural and Social Institute in London, Conservatorie de Paris and many others.
His method is highly appreciated both by students and parents, mainly because of the individualised approach tailored particularly for every single student.
Later he graduated from the Conservatoire in Minsk with a triple diploma (Masters degree) as a concert performer, accompanist for instruments , voice, and piano teacher. In 1989 he worked as the Assistant Music Director for the Central College of Music in Minsk, Belarus, and taught both classical and jazz piano. He is currently teaching Piano, jazz improvisation and music theory at St Christopher School, where his students enjoy studying classical composers and playing duets of his own composition.
She was taught by such renowned professors as Frantisek Maxian and Michael Rezek and she successfully completed her studies, playing (among others) Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. She believes that improvisation, creation and visualisation are as important as music theory, literature and form. By the age of eight she had already won a few awards and she completed her Associate Degree in general music education in 2000. At the age of 11 Demis entered the Giacomo Puccini Conservatorie in Gallarate, North Italy and studied piano under the guidance of Massimo Neri. He then entered the London College of Music and studied classical piano with Raphael Terroni and Philippe Meed alongside and Eddy Harvey in Jazz. Demis is highly passionate about teaching piano and has been teaching for the last 9 years ranging from children to adults at different levels. He started his piano lessons at the age of six with Roberto Giordano and in 2000 He entered the Conservatory of Trapani where he received his piano Diploma with the highest ranking under the tutelage of Walter Roccaro .
The most important appearances included: Steinway Hall, Regent hall, Rai Auditorium of Palermo, Sommerville music society, Eglesfiel music society, Hammamett piano festival and many others. Antonio loves teaching and he always encourages his pupils not only to work hard in order to achieve their goals, but - more importantly - to love music. In the last few years his pupils have entered the best conservatoires in Italy and have accomplished extraordinary results.
With 10 years old Saul became a student at the ConservatA?rio Regional de Castelo Branco, where his piano studies began.


Giulia performing on a regular basis in Italy and in the UK, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician. During this time he was also performing many jazz concerts at the Jazz Cafe, 606 club, Royal Festival Hall and the world famous Ronnie Scott's club. He did several world tours with Vanessa visiting places including China, Indonesia, Lithuania, Germany, Latvia, Greece, Cyprus and many more. Gonzalez gained his Master’s diploma as a Classical guitarist in 2003 at the Conservatory of Music Victoria de los Angeles. He has been teaching privately since 2003, as well as at Gredos San Diego and Ciudad de Los Angeles Schools in Madrid. In the year 2011-2012, as a RCM Scholar, Carla Santos pursued her studies for an Artist Diploma, with the same teacher. In 2006 she played twice as a soloist with this orchestra, under the direction of the conductor Ernst Schelle.
In the same year, she performed Bruch’s Concerto No 1 with Orquestra Filarmonia das Beiras, under the direction of Daniel Rowland. Member of Southbank Sinfonia, he has collaborated with major orchestras in London, including the Royal Opera House, Academy St Martin in the Fields and BBC Concert Orchestra.
After preliminary studies with Mark Raphael, he went up to Oxford University to read Classics and Philosophy before going on to win a scholarship to study singing at the Royal Northern College of Music with Patrick McGuigan. For Scottish Opera he has sung Commendatore (Don Giovanni), for Lisbon Opera, New Israeli Opera and Opera Zuid The King of Clubs, and for Opera Omaha Ferrando (Il Trovatore), for English Touring Opera he has performed Pizzarro (Fidelio), for English Festival Opera, Germont (La Traviata), for Haddo House, Iago (Otello). This piano method works superbly for people who choose music as a career, as well as for those who want to play the piano for pleasure.The repertoire is carefully selected according to the goal chosen by the student and teacher. Together they make music come alive from the score and find the best and easiest way to do so. Having finished the school with the highest grades, Edita entered the State College of Music named after J.Tallat-Kelpsa in the city of Vilnius, Lithuania. While in College, she played the world's best classical repertoire of both Russian and foreign composers: Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Scarlatti, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, and Scriabin. Having studied successfully for four years, Edita graduated from the State College of Music with the Diploma of music teacher and performer (Bachelor of Arts in Music).
There she performed as a solo pianist, a pianist with orchestras, as well as an accompanist to singers, choirs, and ballet.
With this teaching philosophy, she helps students acquire the piano skills very quickly and easily, and prepare for concerts and exams. Alexandra is very proud to be using her experience to help up and coming musicians at Windsor Piano School.
He has advised and consulted with the chamber ensembles at the colleges, such as piano trio, piano quintet and jazz combo groups.
He is capable of developing disciplined, descriptive and ensemble skills in others, in a practical and logical way that is stimulating, enjoyable, helping students to achieve their full potential. After working full time as a primary music teacher, she decided to pursue her performing career. Later, she studied with Murray Mclachlan at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and performed many recitals around UK. During this time Demis studied Theory and Solfeggio and was a member of the choir whilst also performing in local concerts.
He graduated in 2004 having won bursaries and prices whilst at college including the Westminster piano prize (best final year performance), Peter Cook Jazz prize, London College of Music prize and was highly commended in the John Ireland Prize.
He studied at the Imola Piano Academy with Franco Scala and at the International Piano Academy of Sesto Fiorentino with Gabriele Baldocci. Along with Classical guitar, he also studied a Double Bass with Nicolas Arroyo, Contemporary Music and Jazz Guitar with Felix Santos Guindel , Jazz Harmony and Improvisation with Chema Saiz in Alcala de Henares University, and Flamenco Guitar with Rafael Riqueni and Nono Garcia. During these three years, Carla joined the RCM Symphony Orchestra, where she had the opportunity to work with some renowned conductors, such as Diego Masson, Sian Edwards, Rory MacDonald, Mikk Murdvee, FranckA  Ollu, Vladimir Jurowski, Lorin Maazel and Bernard Hiatink. Whilst there he appeared in a number of college productions and was awarded the Ricordi Opera Prize, the Elsie Sykes Fellowship, the Countess of Munster Award and several Peter Moores scholarships. He attended a specialist Primary School for musically gifted children, studying piano and saxophone. While performing at the theatre and on television, Edita worked as a teacher in a music school, teaching children of different age groups. Quite often, Edita's students have been among the winners of various competitions, and many of them have become teachers and performers. Andrei is a creative and enthusiastic piano teacher who is passionate about the development of young performers.
She moved to London in 2001 studying piano with Jill Crossland and jazz piano with Eddie Harvey at the London College of Music & Media and achieved a Bachelor Degree in music performance. Li believes that nobody stops learning, and she also attended many Masterclasses with Kathryn Stott, Stephen Hough, Richard Goode, Nelson Goerner and Alexander Menilov. Giulio successfully completed a Post graduate diplom with Dinstiction at the Trinity laban conservatory of Music supported by the Alfred kitchen scholarship and now is attending a Post graduate Artist Diplom Course under the tutelage of Gabriele Baldocci supported by the Trinity college music trust. After finishing Primary School, Vlatko continued his music studies at the Music School of Stip, Macedonia. With twenty-year pedagogical experience, Edita created her own method of teaching piano, based on the best Russian traditions of piano school as well as the latest achievements in music pedagogy.
Przemek, is delighted to have been given the opportunity to share his style of teaching with Windsor Piano School.
Paula€™s school in London, Junior RNCM and who have won a couple of scholarships towards their music study. As well as being a responsible and inspiring teacher, Li You did not give up her performance career. Her performance of Liszta€™s Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 in April 2009 was broadcasted on National TV in Bermuda.



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