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Tatyana Roytshteyn

Wallingford PA | 19086

About me

The study of music has been an integral part of a well rounded education for thousands of years. I believe that any student, whether a child or adult, who is willing to apply himself to this discipline can reap great benefits that last a lifetime.

All of my students receive a thorough technical foundation and I teach musical concepts such as dynamics, phrases and form from the very beginning.

Parents will be provided with detailed information on creating a musical environment at home, including age-appropriate listening lists, local concert series and music history reading materials.

I also place special emphasis on chamber music and introduce it as early as possible so that the students can enjoy music-making while interacting with their peers.

"When we teach our three or four year old child words and phrases necessary for communication, we at the same time instill a love for their native tongue, a feeling for its poetry and beauty. We should consider music in the same light. One must not only have the ability to read the great works of literature, but also be able to listen to and understand classical music. Music, perhaps more than any other art, can make us kinder and our lives more noble. Its language is universal and needs no translation, but it is capable of expressing the most delicate and deepest of feelings, that which cannot be expressed in words. Music begins where words end."

A.D. Artobolevskaya

Education and Accreditation

Tatyana Roytshteyn began her piano studies at the age of six in Odessa, Ukraine. Upon immigrating to the U.S. she received her BM in piano performance from Florida Atlantic University, where she studied with Duo-Artists in Residence Judith Burganger and Leonid Treer. Ms. Roytshteyn holds a MM in piano performance from Indiana University, Bloomington where she studied with Dr. Karen Shaw. She has also participated in the Brevard Music Festival where she studied with Dr. Andrew Coopestock.

As a chamber musician, Ms. Roytshteyn has had coachings with Menahem Pressler, Dr. Eli Eban, Mayumi Seiler, David Salness and Lisa-Beth Lambert. In 2006 she and Serban Petrescu formed the Duo Pogany, together they have performed throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware as well as at the Toronto Summer Music Festival.

Ms. Roytshteyn has many years of teaching experience and is a member of both the Music Teachers National Association and the American College of Musicians (Piano Guild). Her students have received Superior ratings at festivals held by both organizations. Since 2006, Ms. Roytshteyn has been teaching the Workshop for Parents of Music Students. This course helps parents understand the importance of their role in the success of the young music student as well as create a musical environment at home.



more than 10 years


$50 - $59


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

Teaching location

Teachers Studio



Instruments and Subjects

theory – rudiments

Levels taught


Type of students

Young Adults



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