Phone: 610-293-0855 extension 3736
Degrees and Certifications:
Miss Tatyana Oksyuk
M.M. West Chester University of Pennsylvania
B.M. West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Tatyana Oksyuk earned her Masters degree in Orchestral Conducting/Piano Pedagogy and Bachelors degree in Music Education both from West Chester University. Miss Oksyuk studied Orchestral Conducting under Dr. Ovidiu Marinescu at WCU, where she was a graduate conductor of WCU symphony orchestra, as well as an assistant conductor of the Wilmington Community orchestra under Tim Schwarz.
Her goal as a performer and an educator is: to intentionally communicate the surface and depth of music, to inspire students to achieve greater potential in their musical development, and have a life-long enjoyment and growth in music.
Miss Oksyuk maintains a piano studio for beginning to advanced students of all ages, where she combines traditional Russian school of piano playing with contemporary methodologies and resources.
Miss Oksyuk was a participant of Brandywine International Piano Institute with Maestro Anthony di Bonaventura summer of 2012 and played in different concerts in Ukraine, China, and US. As a pianist, Tatyana accompanies varies string, voice, and chamber recitals, including MENC Conference at Mansfield and ASTA Conference at Atlanta for a state winner.
Miss Oksyuk was honored as a recipient of many awards including Connie Murray Piano Scholarship, WCU Piano Pedagogy Award, Lloyd C. Mitchell Piano Scholarship, Robert L. Carl Keyboard Scholarship, etc.
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8:00 AM - 9:00 AM RHS Prospective Student Open House
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM "The Little Mermaid" Character Tea
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Radnor Educational Foundation's Annual "Denim & Diamonds" Benefit
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