To Laois from Russia with love

THE Laois School of Music is home to many international names, including Russian national Tatyana Vykhodtseva, who qualified with a BA in Music Performance and Teaching from the College of Music, Kazakhstan and the Ural State Conservatoire, Russia.

THE Laois School of Music is home to many international names, including Russian national Tatyana Vykhodtseva, who qualified with a BA in Music Performance and Teaching from the College of Music, Kazakhstan and the Ural State Conservatoire, Russia.

She specialises as a piano teacher and accompanist and was also a member of a Chamber Ensemble in Kazakhstan, taking part in recitals as soloist and accompanist for violinists, singers etc. Tatyana loves classical music of any styles and especially composers from the Romantic period (Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky).

Tatyana is a valued member of the teaching staff of the Laois School of Music and teaches a wide range of pupils from primary grades up to AVCM and LVCM Teaching and Performance Diploma. She is also in much demand as an accompanist once again from primary to music theatre diploma students.

For further information on Tatyana, or any of the other courses at the Laois School of Music, contact co-ordinator Nuala Kelly at 057 8674345.