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Mr. Valeri Glava

Violin, Viola, Piano

Valeri Glava is a violinist and violist from Chisinau Moldova (Former USSR Republic). He went through the Russian Musical System of Education, starting at age of 8 as a musically gifted child at the Moldova School of Music, later attending the Moldova College of Music and the Conservatory, totaling 16 years of intense, passionate study of solo violin performance, conducting and music education.


His awards and achievements include:

1986 - Performance with the Soviet Orchestra at the United Nations, New York

1987  - Performance at the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia

1997 - 2001  Performances in Branson, MO

1998 -  Best Fiddler of the Year by the Academy Awards, Branson, MO

2001 - Best Headliner Instrumentalist of the Year by the Academy Awards, Branson, MO

2003-2007 - performances in Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex area with the Symphony as a soloist and 2nd principal violinist

2009 - 2023 performances at the Venetian Resort, at San Marco’s Square in Las Vegas

2017 - Performances at the US Capitol


Mr. Glava taught at the university level for 5 years before beginning his concert career and private teaching. His goal is to help and teach all of his students to develop their musical abilities and their working skills, because, no matter what profession they will choose in the future, such as musicians, doctors, sales, or computer experts, they still have to learn how to work hard to reach their goals in life. Classical music is the base and foundation of all of the styles of music, so he always encourage his students to start with the basics, with musical ABCs, then latter, if they decide to play different styles of music like Jazz, Fiddle, Pop, etc, it's always easier to combine when you have a strong foundation.


As a violin teacher, his goal is to see each of his students progress from the beginning to a high level. He approaches each student as a unique individual, according to their character, temperament, and ability to learn to design a program for them. Always inspiring his students to progress in the world of music, he encourages them to learn and practice more. It's a scientific fact, that all the students who practice and play music, have better scores in their studies at the school.


He has been teaching violin and viola around Las Vegas since he moved to town in 2009.

Mr. Valeri Glava

★★★★★

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Education

City

Moldova School of Music
Moldova College of Music and the Conservatory

Las Vegas

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