<p> Atlanta Pianist and Pedagogue, Lusia Glagoleva is high educated professional. She has received her B.A./M.A. from Tambov Musical College, Russia and Donetsk Conservatory. She has finished Postgraduate study from Saratov Conservatory with Ph.D. in Piano Performance and Pedagogy. Her teachers, professors S. Glagolev, V. Khananaev, L. Katz, the winners of International Piano Competitions and representatives of two great Russian Piano schools H. Neihaus and N. Igumnov.</p>
<p>For many years Lusia Glagoleva has been successfully combining her work, as a Pedagogue, with her concert appearances.</p>
<p>Lusia Glagoleva has performed with numerous international symphonies and solo recitals (Russia, Ukrain, Poland, Germany, USA). Lusia's playing style possesses bright individuality, confidence, and courage, and has a palette of senses and sounds.</p>
<p>Glagoleva's teaching expertise is impressive, as she always works on a high level and has earned the respect of many. Her lessons are interesting as well as substantial. She always plans a curriculum for each individual student, finding the best methods of performing and creative understanding of his/her specific personality and aptitudes. Lusia's lessons are always executed with elation. She is a member of Rachmaninov Society, Steinway Society, NFMC and the author of several published works about piano education.</p>
<p>Many young musicians have studied under Glagoleva during her teaching at Musical Colleges and Conservatory. Many of these students have themselves become laureates and diploma winners of various competitions. In several such competitions Glagoleva has also served as a Jury Member.</p>
<p><strong>Selected appearances:</strong></p> "Open Concert for Peace and Harmony" with 2nd Concerto in c minor by S. Rachmaninov ", Atlanta The Memorial Concert for 911 Victims" with Atlanta New Philharmonic Orchestra in Gwinnette Civic Center (Triple Concerto by L. Beethoven) Remagen, Beethoven Festival, Germany Mozart Festival, Kiev Rachmaninov International Piano Courses, Russia (1996-2006)
<br /> Regina-Vladimir Horovitz Memoriam, for National Women's Conference, Military Intelligence Company (CEW), Asian American Resource Center Chamber Recitals with violinist Karen Thehos, Alex Zapolskyi, flutists Sang Un Song, Lucy Shershneva, soprano Sarah Pak, tenor R. Liszt, trumpet player C. Horton. Atlanta TV appearance with vocalist Richard Liszt.