Hailing from Russia, Oksana Boese developed her profound love for music in the culturally vibrant city of Rostov. She pursued her passion by enrolling in the renowned Rostov College of Arts, where she completed a Diploma in Music. Additionally, Oksana holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, allowing her to understand the intricacies of the human mind and tailor her teaching approach to suit individual students’ needs.
As a seasoned musician, Oksana Boese has graced the stage as the second violinist in the prestigious Rostov State Orchestra. Her experiences as a performer have provided her with invaluable insights into the nuances of musical expression, stage presence, and ensemble playing. Oksana’s performance background enriches her teaching, as she shares real-world experiences and nurtures her students’ artistry.
Oksana’s teaching philosophy revolves around creating a supportive and inspiring learning environment. She believes in the importance of nurturing not only technical skills but also fostering creativity and a deep appreciation for music. Oksana tailors her teaching methods to each student’s unique abilities and aspirations, recognizing that everyone learns and develops at their own pace. Through her patient guidance and encouragement, she empowers her students to embrace challenges, build confidence, and achieve their musical goals.
Drawing upon her psychology background, Oksana Boese understands the significance of a holistic approach to education. She not only focuses on the technical aspects of violin playing but also emphasizes the development of musicality, interpretation, and stage presence. Oksana’s comprehensive curriculum includes fundamental techniques, music theory, sight-reading, and ensemble playing, cultivating well-rounded musicians who are prepared for a versatile musical career.