Victoria comes from a family of musicians and studied
classical music at the Dneprodzerzhinsk National Music
College, where she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree (With
Great Distinction) in Piano. Furthermore, she holds a Master's
Degree in History and Social Science, and a PhD in Psychology
from the Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University.
Victoria is performing classical, contemporary and her own
compositions at concert halls and art centers in the USA and
Europe. Solo concerts were recorded by Wisconsin Public TV,
radio stations, and NASA Bay TV (Houston, TX).
Victoria is regularly guest-pianist for the Gulf Coast
International Film Festival, Lombardy Award and Rotary Space
Achievement Award Ceremonies. Also, Victoria produced a CD "Music
From The Heart." She was working as a staff pianist with
the Houston Ballet Academy, and has been working as a Professor with a focus on US-History and History of World Civilizations and World Cultures. Victoria lives in Houston Clear Lake.
Victoria shares 15 years experience in teaching children as well
as adults. The minimum age for children is 5 years. In her
performance and teaching Victoria follows the main principles of
Russian pianist and Moscow Conservatory Scholar Konstantin Igumnov
and world-famous Russian pianist and teacher Henry Neighaus.
Lessons can be scheduled from Monday through Friday in Victoria's
studio in Houston-Clear Lake.
Public Performance and Booking
Victoria can be booked for corporate events, weddings, private
parties, please use the Contact Form of this site. Three weeks in
advance will allow Victoria to prepare a custom repertoire.
Victoria also provides musical accompaniments to other musicians,
singers, and ballet companies.