Tamara Vasilevitsky - Piano Teacher and Accompanist

Piano lessons taught online or in-person in Melbourne

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Tamara Vasilevitsky

Tamara Vasilevitsky has a Degree in Music specialising as a piano teacher, piano artist and chamber orchestra soloist . She has toured Russia and Europe as a soloist and accompanist with leading European musicians. She has won the International Piano Competition in Warsaw, the International Chamber Music Competition in Prague and the International Festival for Variety Artists in Moscow. In Melbourne she is currently working as an official accompanist at the Conservatorium of Music (The University of Melbourne). She continues to perform at prestigious venues such as Hamer Hall and Melbourne Recital Centre as a solo player, accompanist and with different musicians, creating an exciting repertoire of classical, jazz, russian, french, spanish, jewish and gypsy folk music.
Tamara is a fully accredited member of Victorian Music Teachers Association (VMTA). She enjoys teaching and sharing her love for music with students. As a piano teacher Tamara is familiar with different methods of music education including traditional classical and Yamaha approach which is based on multilateral leaning and fun. She is flexible to implement any of them according to her students goals, age, personal interests and qualities. Tamara teaches at her home studio and also conducts online lessons. She is satisfied when the students leave the lesson being exited to know what to do and are convinced they can do it. Tamara offers lessons for people of all ages from 6 years old including preparation for VCE, AMEB exams all grades, competitions, festivals and just playing for leisure. Every year she organises the concert, wonderful opportunity for students to play their favourite pieces and experience performing in front of live audience made up of family and friends. Playing and listening to others help to master musicianship of young performers and to learn not only how to play piano, but also to properly understand music stylistically and creatively. Tamara’s students have achieved excellent results including prizes, awards, scholarships and 100% pass rate for all VCE and AMEB examinations.

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Qualifications and Awards
M.Mus (Minsk University)
Music Lessons Provided
Ballade, Classical, Jazz, Modern, Pop
Adult Learning, AMEB, Arranging, Auditions, Aural Training, Composition, Harmony, Improvisation, Performances, Sight reading, Technique, Theory
Accompanist, Accompanist Specialist, Child Checked, Registered, School Instrumental, Pre-school Teacher
Languages Spoken Other Than English
Areas Serviced
Online, Melbourne (East, Inner, Inner East, Inner South, South, South East)
Armadale, Ashburton, Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, Brighton, Brighton East, Camberwell, Carnegie, Caulfield, Caulfield North, Caulfield South, Chadstone, Glen Huntly, Glen Iris, Glen Waverley, Hampton, Hughesdale, Malvern, Malvern East, McKinnon, Moorabbin, Mount Waverley, Murrumbeena, Oakleigh, Ormond, St Kilda, St Kilda East
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Minimum age taught
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Tamara is a unique musician and talented teacher. She pours her heart and soul into her lessons, bringing theatrical, passionate and creative energy to her lessons. I have found her tutelage to be engaging, inspiring and incredibly growing to my abilities as an aspiring pianist and as a person.

Vicky Cheng

Tamara is an extraordinary teacher. Everything she teaches comes from the fact that she is a performer at an international level and that she has a complete mastery of every aspect of musicality – polyphony, composition, music theory to name a few.
She teaches to get the best possible musician from every individual. Tamara has taught my two sons as young children, then as teenagers and as young adults, and she has taught me as an adult beginner. Every one of us has had the teaching experience best suited to us.
Tamara wants us to think about and to feel the music as we perform and practice. She focuses on the physical aspects of performance as much as the technical nature of the music and its spirit.
In order to be a student of Tamara’s you need to concentrate, work hard and practice. It is worth it.

Debra Knight
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