Yulya Levyuk was born in the Ukraine, she runs piano lessons in Unisono Music Academy Warsaw. She began her musical education in 2006 in Professor Natalya Yuziuk class of piano and in Professor Bogdan Bazylukut class of singing. In 2011, she completed with distinction studies in Ivan Franko National University in Lvov in the class of piano and in the class of singing. She was granted the title of master of arts and lecturer of piano.
Grand Piano Lessons – True Masterclass
After her studies she perfected her musical skills in numerous musical courses and workshops led by such distinguished artists and pedagogues as Olga Pasiecznik, Ewa Komorowska, Margarida Llodo and Makwala Kasrashvili in Spain, Ukraine, Poland, Russia and Austria.
Currently, Ms. Yulya Levyuk is perfecting her musical artistry under the care of Professor Olga Pasiecznik and Professor Claudia Visca at the Institut für Gesang und Musiktheater in Vienna, Austria.
International Piano Concerts
Yulia Leviuk is a “concert pianist” as she performes widely on the piano. She plays repertoire ranging from the classical era like Bach and Mozart to the romantic era, like Chopin, Brachms, and Rachmaninoff.After years of concerts, she also developed a love for Opera music and sings occasionally around the world including but not limited to Italy, Germany, Russia…
Grand piano lessons in Warsaw, Poland
You will have a great opportunity to develop your own musical expression. Learning the piano is a good way for kids to build self-esteem. Playing the piano is a great way to improve your memory and concentration skills. Learning the piano, or any other musical instrument, will help you learn more about yourself and how you work. It’s a sure way to be more creative in all areas of your life. It’s a lot of fun! You’ll make new friends. Music is an international language kids understand around the world! Good musicians know how to focus their attention and play with purpose and intensity. Music instills discipline and allows us to be in control of something in our lives that can bring us joy. Playing the piano can keep you from getting bored on lockdown, long winter afternoons or summer weekends when nothing else is open but it can also get you through tough times when things seem overwhelming (like getting through those last few weeks before school starts again).
Learn piano playing classical music.
We offer classical music piano lessons for beginners and advanced players who want to expand their skills and knowledge.8 Reasons Why Piano Lessons and playing is beneficial:
- Learning how to play an instrument teaches children self-discipline
- Music can help children’s grades
- A child who plays music tends be happier than non-musical counterpart
- Music helps children concentrate better
- Children who play music express themselves better orally
- Children who play instruments do better in all subjects, not just music
- Musicians tend to have higher SAT scores
- Playing music increases creativity
What Are The Benefits Of Playing The Piano?
This is a question I get asked a lot. I will tell you about the benefits for young students but there are also benefits to adults who play, too. Playing the piano is great for young children because: It helps with reading skills. It teaches children discipline in practicing and doing the work that needs to be done, like practicing scales and technique exercises. It makes them more social. They learn how to interact with others, which is important as they get older.They learn how to follow and lead music at the same time, which they use in other areas of their life. If they have leadership qualities they can lead others in the life. If they learn how to follow people, it helps them when someone tells them what to do (like in school). It teaches kids patience because learning an instrument takes time and practice – just like anything else!
It gives kids another outlet of expression besides talking or acting out on things that bother them – this can help keep kids from getting into trouble! It is good for their self-esteem when they succeed at something – many times it’s their own doing! The piano brings fun and enjoyment into their lives! The piano is one of the best ways to express yourself musically – you can sing along with the music you are playing if you know what lyrics go with it! You don’t need an instrument for this activity either, so if you find yourself without your instrument, you can still have fun! It’s a good way to stay active as well as being creative When your child has finished a piece for recital or performance he/she will feel great because they accomplished something that takes many people years of practice to accomplish! They will feel good about themselves because everyone knows that it doesn’t come easy – it takes lots of hard work and dedication to accomplish concert performance.
Piano lessons for ABRSM exams
We provide piano lessons targeted for ABRSM Piano Exams
Zofia Zwolińska – Director of the UNISONO Music Academy RECOMMENDATION“Yulya Levyuk during her two-year activity in my Author’s Unisono Musical Academy in Warsaw proved to be highly profiled professional piano teacher. She has very good contact with the pupils of her class of piano and shows a lot of initiative and engagement in her job. She treats every student as an individual person and tries to find out and strengthen his specific abilities. She pays special attention to correct student’s piano technique as the basis for the most important part of musical education, i.e. for the development of musical expression.Ms. Levyuk second passion is opera singing which she continually perfects.
All this contributes to and enriches her musicality and artistic expression. She is an experienced and high valued teacher of our School.”
What are benefits of piano playing for adults?
It keeps you in shape! It is a form of exercise, but it’s fun and doesn’t feel like work. It’s easy to keep up with your practice because you can choose the amount of time you want to spend on it each day. You get to have fun and be creative. There are so many styles of music out there that you can try different things and not have to worry about being stuck in one area or style of music! It’s a good way to relieve stress – especially if you play your own favorite music, this helps get rid of negative thoughts in your head! There is nothing like playing music when you feel angry or upset – it puts those bad feelings aside and lets you focus on playing what’s in front of you instead.The benefits are endless for both children and adults when they decide to learn how to play the piano!