Vladimiroff Studio
 

Bio


                                                                                                       Max Vladimiroff is a graduate of the Gnessin College of Music in Moscow where he studied piano and improvisation. He obtained his MFA in music composition from the University of California, Irvine, and later studied in New York with composer Philip Lasser.


His works have won several prizes, including the Musica Domani International Composition Prize and the Longfellow Chorus Award of Distinction. Recent commissions include new works for the Vassar College Choir,

the Alturas Duo,

and the 1st Congregational Church of New Milford, CT.


Vladimiroff lives and works in Brookfield, Connecticut.


Contact:

vldm@att.net

 
 

        Whether music lessons make children smarter, we cannot say,

        but they certainly make them better students. *


When they realize that they are accomplished at a task, students grow in self-confidence, ability and maturity.  It is my belief that consistent and efficient practice enables us to gain such confidence and forms the foundation for our success beyond piano studies.


My studio is comprised of more than 20 dedicated students

who learn piano technique, repertoire, sight-reading and theory.

My goal is to encourage students to recognize the significance of music in their lives, and to help them develop self-discipline

and focus.


~ Max Vladimiroff


* From The Harmonious Child by Beth Luey and Stella Saperstein.  Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts, 2003.








Calendar 2017-2018


Weekly Lessons begin: Tuesday, September 5

WCMTA Student Recital: Sunday, October 22, Brookfield

WCMTA Formal Recital: Sunday, November 12, Southbury

Thanksgiving Break: no lessons November 20 - 26

Piano Technique Examinations: December 5 - 9

Winter Break: no lessons December 18- January 1

Studio Recital: Sunday, January 21 (Snow Date: January 28)

WCMTA Ensemble Recital: Sunday, February 11, Brookfield

Make-up Week (no regular lessons): February 20 - 24

WCMTA Joy of Spring Festival: Sunday, April 22, Southbury

Spring Break: no lessons April 16 - 22

Piano Technique Examinations: May 8 - 12

Studio Recital: Sunday, June 3

Make-up Week (no regular lessons): June 25 – 30


NOTE: UNLESS INDICATED ABOVE AS A HOLIDAY OR WINTER/SPRING BREAK,

LESSONS WILL BE SCHEDULED AS USUAL

 

    Private Instruction in Piano and Music Theory