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Alexander Pechenyuk, MMus

North Vancouver BC | V7K 3C8

About me

Alexander Pechenyuk was born in 1959 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan (formerly part of the Soviet Union). Pechenyuk played piano and violin from an early age, but did not originally choose music as a career. While completing a diploma in economics, he began to study with the renowned Russian composer Boris Zeidman. Zeidman encouraged Pechenyuk to continue composing and in 1986 he received a Master’s Degree in Music Composition from the State Conservatory in Tashkent. In 1998, Pechenyuk moved to Israel and in 2001 he came to Canada, settling in Vancouver.
Pechenyuk’s symphonic and chamber compositions have been performed and recorded at concerts and festivals throughout Russia, the European Union and Canada. He has written several pieces for the Association of Contemporary Music in Moscow and has been featured at the 2006 Winnipeg New Music Festival and the 2007 RussiaFest of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

He is an active member of The Canada Music Center. His symphonic and chamber compositions have been successfully performed at concerts and festivals throughout Canada, USA, Russia and Europe. Amongst performers in recent years are Canada’s largest orchestras, such as The Vancouver and Winnipeg Symphonies. Additionally, many of his compositions have been commissioned by well known Canadian musicians. As a teacher Alexander Pechenyuk is a member of BCRMTA. His students consistently demonstrate a high level of knowledge and have good success at the RCM Examinations in both theory and piano.

Specialties

RCM Preparatory to ARCT

Lesson details

Please contact Alexander for lesson details.

Education and Accreditation

Master’s Degree in Music Composition from the State Conservatory in Tashkent

Testimonials

Experience

more than 20 years

Rates

$39 & under

Availability

Monday 9am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 9pm
Saturday N/A - N/A
Sunday N/A - N/A

Instruments and Subjects

piano

Levels taught

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

Type of students

Children
Young Adults
Adults

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