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Sarvar Kaziev

— Piano Instructor

Sarvar Kaziev moved to the United States in 2004 from the former Soviet Union. He has an extensive experience teaching piano, music theory, arranging and composition. He graduated from Tashkent State Conservatory with a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano and Choir Conducting. Sarvar has been teaching music for over 20 years. In the recent 10 years teaching in California, he raised the standard of teaching to a higher level due to the high demands of the educational process; preparing students for competitions such as, United States Open Music Competition and Music Legacy Open Competition. His students received the highest awards in various categories. In addition, he has also prepared students for Annual Certificate of Merit in piano, taught them theory music, ear training and sight reading. Exceptional students were trained each year for the complex British test – ABRSM.\r\n\r\nIf you’d be interested to see Sarvar’s method of teaching, please feel free to view the following link:\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nTestimonials:\r\n\r\n“There may be many good pianists out in the world, but not all of them know how to work with children. We were amazed by Sarvar the first time we met him when he explained to my 6 year old daughter how to balance out the melody between the right and left hands. Sarvar is humorous and musical. Next year will be our 6th year with Sarvar, both my daughters enjoy taking lessons with him, and so do us parents. We feel his passion about music when in class. He is, of course, technical. At times, he can be picky about how a single note should be played, but then we were always impressed when we heard the notes run through our daughters’ fingers. After fine tuning by Sarvar, the rich sound of music and the dynamic would give the pieces a life like feel that we’ve never known. The girls learned not only how to play piano, but also to appreciate music greatly.\r\n\r\nIn addition to piano, my daughter also looks forward to composition class every week. In the composition class, she learns how to create different types of music that can vary from happy and joyful to dark and dangerous. It is now her favorite activity of all the after school activities she has. Thank you Sarvar for all you have shown us so far, and for all we’ll be learning in the years to come.”