Larisa and Vladimir Niurenberg Piano Studio” is a unique combination of professional and family union, presenting a team work, supporting each other, in order to achieve 100%  of each child’s individual potential.
Their collaboration lasting for over 45 years in different countries:
Russia, Ukraine, Israel and Canada.
Larisa has a Master’s Degree from Gnesin Academy of Music, Moscow, Russia in pedagogy, solo performance and chamber music.
Her teachers, T.Gutman, L.Brumberg, M.Gambarian, are renowned professors, representing Russian classical school of piano.
From 1985 to 2011 Larisa and Vladimir Niurenberg performed as a piano duet with a
wide repertoire of works by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, Shubert, Rachmaninoff, Poulenc, Stravinsky and others representing different styles and epochs.
Performances took place in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Israel and Canada. Their students are alumni from Moscow and St. Petersburg Conservatories (Russia) Kiev Conservatory (Ukraine),Julliard School of Music (USA), Cologne University (Germany) and others.
They hold positions as teachers, soloists, accompanists at Manhattan School of Music (piano department) (USA), Conservatoire Marne (France), St. Petersburg Conservatory and Moscow Bolshoi Theater (Russia), Seoul University (South Korea) and The Youngest Yamaha Artist Solo Performer.
Their students are winners of numerous International and Canadian award competitions, , such as:
12th Rubinstein International Piano competition (Israel)
 Chopin International competition (Connecticut, USA)
Sberbank International piano competition (Kiev, Ukraine)
Ithaca College Int’l piano competition (USA), Canadian Music competition,
Canadian Chopin competition, Toronto Symphonietta Concerto competition
and many local Festivals.
Mrs. Niurenberg participated in different workshops in Ukraine and Israel, giving lectures and master classes. Based on her own teaching experience, she wrote several articles for methodical department of Ukrainian ministry of culture. Her favorite topics are “Sonatina and Fairy tale” and “First piano lessons”.
“Larisa and Vladimir Niurenberg Piano Studio” main teaching approach of individual development lies in promoting creativity and imagination, role games, strong pianistic technic based on arm and body weight control, fingers activity through brain work, developing stylistic taste, spiritual and meaningful way of understanding the essence of music in connection with other arts (fine art, theatre, architecture, etc.).
Close cooperation with parents of younger students helps to advance them to higher levels with better