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Regina Syrkin

Teaching Area(s)
Traditional Suzuki

Graduate, Gomel Musical College (former U.S.S.R.)
MM Minsk Conservatory (former U.S.S.R.)

Courses Taught

Regina Syrkin has extensive experience as an accompanist, chamber musician and pedagogue. Her students have won prizes and received high honors in local, regional and state competitions including numerous gold medalists in the CAMTA Sonata-Sonatina Festival and winners in the DePaul Concerto Festival for Young Performers. While in the former U.S.S.R, Regina was a professional pianist at the Gomel Music College and received her Masters in Music from the Minsk Conservatory, studying with Tatiana Stanpakov. She also completed Suzuki pedagogy studies with Jasuko Joichi.
In addition to her teaching, Regina has also published several works including Early Clavier Music by J.S. Bach, Notes of an Accompanist (Minsk Conservatory Journal), and Music Reading (Keyboard Companion 2001).
Regina was a former faculty member of the Suzuki Orff School for Young Musicians and is currently on the faculty of the Music Institute of Chicago as well as the DePaul Community Music Division. ‚Äč