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New Academy and Piano Showroom Opens in Richmond

Highly sought
after pianist will teach at new Academy in Aberdeen Centre
RICHMOND, BC – Much like celebrity
chefs
that come to Vancouver open fine dining restaurants, Seattle resident
Dr. Sasha Starcevich is the Artist Director of a new piano school opening in
Richmond’s Aberdeen Centre: Showcase Piano Academy.
Concert pianist Sasha
Starcevich received his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from Yale University
in 2003 and continues to thrill audiences around the world with his performances
in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Windsor Castle, Tchaikovsky Hall, and Wigmore
Hall
in London.
Perhaps you remember reading
about some young performers from the local area – Tristan Teo, Evgenia Rabinovich, and Tim Zhang.  They
all had one thing in common: their teacher was Dr. Starcevich.
Dr. Starcevich is in frequent
demand as a performer, adjudicator and presenter of Master Classes throughout
North America, Russia and China. He will come to Vancouver once a month to
teach master classes at the new Academy, and coach other teachers.  
Master classes are open for public viewing, and aspiring pianists of any
age can pay $100 to be one of four students in a two hour long master class.
“At $200 an hour his rate
is one of the highest in the city – or maybe even the highest,”
says Academy Manager Rachel Lam, “so I wasn’t sure how long it would take
to fill up his schedule, but I’m happy to say that the response has been
excellent – probably due to his fantastic reputation in Vancouver.  We’ve
had a number of students that have asked to be booked for every single upcoming
master class with Dr. Starcevich.”
The new school accepts students
of all ages and also has some other well known teachers such as Bogdan Dulu,
Lay Tuan Tan, Clare Yuan, Ross Salvosa, as well as the current president
of the Richmond Association of Registered Music Teachers: Mimi Ho. 
Children as young as three and a half years of age can learn music together
with one parent in the very successful ‘Music for Young Children’ program that
is endorsed by famed Canadian concert pianist Angela Hewitt.

Call to arrange a lesson at 604-270-8861 or email info@showcaseacademy.com 

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