Dr. Adelya Shagidullina, Violin & Viola teacher
Dr. Adelya Shagidullina, Violin & Viola teacher

Dr. Adelya Shagidullina, Violin & Viola teacher

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Introduction: Adelya Shagidullina is a prizewinning Russian - American violist. Her numerous awards include top awards at the “Andrey Korsakov All Russian Music Competition”, “Eugen Coca International Music Competition”, and “Togliatti International Competition”, as well as the First Prize and Special Prize for the best performance of a commissioned work at the national “J.S.Bach Competition”. In November 2016, Adelya Shagidullina was announced the First Prize winner of the “American Protege International Competition”, and a winner of the prestigious “The American Prize Competition”. The former award won her an opportunity to give a solo performance in Carnegie Hall in December 2016. Adelya Shagidullina returned to Carnegie Hall in June 2019 for a solo performance as a a top winner of the LISMA International competition (August 2017). In May 2018 she became a winner of Beverly Hills National Auditions, which won her a concert tour in California scheduled for May 2019. The tour was a great success. From 2009 till 2015 Ms. Shagidullina was on the roster of iPalpiti Artists International, as well as a principal violist and a soloist of the iPalpiti Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Shagidullina has performed in such venues as the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, among others. As an iPalpiti soloist, Ms. Shagidullina appeared in the “New York Benefactors Series” at the residence of Charles Avery Fisher, and was featured annually in “Sundays Live!” radio broadcast chamber concerts. Ms. Shagidullina is an active solo, chamber, and orchestra musician, as well as a dedicated teacher. In 2014, she joined the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia for its American tour with Branford Marsalis, and continued performing with the orchestra since then. She appears in various chamber concert series, such as the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, Bargemusic, Ltd., and BCENY Concert evenings. In May 2016 she was invited to join the Fine Art Music Company concert series and actively performs with the group since then. Ms. Shagidullina collaborated with such prominent musicians as Dmitry Berlinsky, Julius Berger, Svetlana Smolina, Luiza Borac, and Branford Marsalis, to name a few. Over the past ten years, Adelya Shagidullina has taught extensively at both public and private institutions, including Temple University in the United States, and at Kazan State Conservatory and Kazan Special Music College in Russia. She has also privately tutored students and instructed several chamber music groups in Russia as well as in the U.S. While in Russia, she taught viola and violin lessons for 4 years as a teaching assistant to Professor Olga Khabibullina, coached the Junior viola section of the Youth Symphony Orchestra in Tolyatti, and appeared as a member of the jury at the “Kazan Special Music College Competition”. After moving to the United States to pursue her graduate degrees, Ms. Shagidullina continued her teaching career as a graduate teaching assistant at Temple Music Prep and as a teaching assistant in the studio of Professor Eduard Schmieder, as well as a private tutor in viola, violin, and piano. Recently she was privileged to be a member of the jury of a Tri-County Concerts Youth Festival auditions, and give master-classes at the ASTA Festival, Rowan University, and Gracias Music Festival at the School of Mahanaim. During her years of study, Adelya Shagidullina has studied in the international studio of world-renowned professor Eduard Schmieder of Temple University’s Boyer College of Music, as well as with professor Daniel Avshalomov, viola professor at Manhattan School of Music and violist of the well-known American Quartet. Since her first year at the Boyer College, Adelya Shagidullina has served as permanent principle viola of the twice Grammy-nominated Temple University Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Shagidullina became a Doctor of Performing Arts, receiving her degree from Temple University in August 2019.
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Rashi G.
Aug 8, 2021
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We recently started violin lessons for my daughter with Dr. Adelya, she is an amazing teacher! My daughter loves her lessons and looks forward to going to class every week. Dr. Adelya, is very patient and good with technique. She takes her time teaching and encourages you along the way! I definitely recommend her and I am so happy we found her!

Details: 14 - 17 years old • 2 - 4 yrs of formal training • Yes, the student can read music • Classical violin • Classical • Yes, the student has a violin • 45 minutes • At the pro’s location

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Christopher R.
May 27, 2021
Adelya came highly recommended, and has proved to be an exceptional teacher. My wife and I are both professional musicians, and when looking for a violin teacher for our little one we wanted to be sure to find a teacher who was dedicated, patient and inventive, and Adelya is this and more. It’s very easy for children to become discouraged when learning something new, particularly something that is quite difficult such as violin, but Adelya’s approach is astonishing. In watching her interact in our lessons, it was clear early on that she really knows how to stay connected with her students, both in the moment and beyond, and is gifted in finding angles that perpetuate the learning process. We are very happy with our experience and look forward to what the future holds with our young musician and Adelya’s guidance.
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Amir N.
Apr 12, 2022
I Highly recommend Adelya if you need a great musician for learning Violin. She is the best and we are always so pleased that she is teaching our daughter, Helena. I have always been impressed with her teaching methods. She is a very flexible, patient, and professional tutor. Helena started her music class with Adelya when she was only five years. She loves Adelya and she has learned a lot of things in her class. Adelya has created great motivation for Helena about playing the violin. Adelya has online classes via Zoom that has great quality.
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Megan T.
Feb 12, 2022
I have my Bachelor’s in piano performance and it was very important to me to find the best violin teacher possible for our daughter. Adelya has such an impressive educational and professional background and we are thrilled to have found her. I know our daughter is receiving excellent violin instruction in her technique and musicianship, and Adelya is kind, patient, and teaches from an extensive background. In short, our daughter is receiving an amazing opportunity in working with Adelya and we are very happy.
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Indira I.
Feb 26, 2021
The experience was great! I learned so much and the way I play the violin improved so much! The lessons are fun yet still very productive :)
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    DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) from Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance. Philadelphia, PA

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