Sharing the Gift of Music
It has often been said that, "He who dares to teach must never cease to learn." Inna Muravnik understands this so well. This professional pianist and musician has devoted her life to enhancing her craft so she can share the gift of music to both young and old alike.
First of all, while I came here having already Master degree in music and performance from the former Leningrad (now St.-Petersburg) conservatory, Russia, I decided to go to an American conservatory to earn a post-graduate diploma in my field and establish myself in American music society. I was accepted in both Boston and New England conservatories but picked the Boston one because it had a post-graduate study in performance...I continue practicing preparing new programs. It keeps me on the edge of my profession improving my knowledge, technique, and understanding of music.
Whether it is a businessman rediscovering his love for music or a young child discovering the joys of learning to play the piano, Inna Muravnik offers a steady hand to guide them as they go on their own unique musical journey and start a lifelong love affair with music.
My students are of different areas and different ages and levels. Some of them are adults, the others are kids. My adults are professionals (dentist, scientists, medical doctors, businessmen, etc.) They have their professions but they love music deeply and wish to succeed in it, to improve their skills, to enjoy it...I tried to do my best in understanding my students needs. Deep knowledge in profession and social skills help a lot in my profession and it worked out. I had good results. Some of my students became professionals in music, some developed their love to music and it became essential part of their lives.
Inna says she doesn't know much about advertising her studio, but her devotion to music and to her students is worth more than a hundred commercials and ad campaigns. For after all, the success of her students and the love of music she helped develop in them are the best advertisement any music teacher would want to have.