Hungarian National Day Ceremony in San Francisco, October 27th 2013 with
President of Hungary
Tünde-Ilona Krasznai with Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Resources in Hungary - Niagara Falls, June 2017
Niagara Falls, ON (Canada)
June 7th - 9 PM
Bay Village Auditorium
Dr. Zsolt Németh, head of the Hungarian Parliament, Foreign Relations with Pianist Tünde Krasznai in Sarasota
Hungarian Memorial Ceremony
Hungary's Ambassador to the United States, Szemerkényi Réka with Tünde Krasznai after her Piano Recital in Miami
Best New Pianist
Best New Pianist Discovery in South East Asia
- awarded by the National Critics Choice, Singapore
Music has the power to stimulate the mind enrich the heart and soothe the soul.
Prodigy Pianist prepares students for the internationally recognized music examinations: Trinity Guildhall College of London Exams and ASRSM Exams (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music).
We provide the highest quality of piano education, an effective and all-round methodology, and a well designed teaching program.
Each music course provides students with a complete performance experience and organized concepts of music theory and history.
During the school year Prodigy Pianist organizes recitals and concerts performed by students, which contribute to the students’ progress in their artistic-professional experience.
Students at the Prodigy Pianist receive a full musical and piano education including:
- Note reading skills
- Sight reading
- Music theory
- Music history
- Ear training
- Music Appreciation
- Stage performance
Several learning methods are offered including the American, Asian, and European curriculum:
ABRSM, Suzuki, Faber, Alfred, Bastien, Thompson, Bartok, the Hungarian Kodaly method, major classical repertoire.
Popular music and smooth jazz repertoire is also available.
'Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm to life.'
According to scientists:
Learning piano has many benefits besides achieving a nice ambience and pleasure. It stimulates the brain, increases the capacity of memory, and improves cognitive skills. Research has shown that regularly playing the piano changes the power and the shape of the brain, fosters self-expression, sharpens concentration, relieves stress and reduces stage fright. Students perform better in school exams, and believe that music improves their comprehension skills, and betters their mathematical abilities. Piano learning is largely favored in music therapy as well and it is advised for all ages.
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