Lyubov Mirzoyev has been teaching piano and accompanying singers, instrumentalists and choirs throughout New York City since arriving in New York in 1993 from Moscow, Russia. Lyubov also successfully prepares piano students for auditions at Mark Twain School of Arts, Special Music School High School and La Guardia High School.
When Lyubov attended college, she worked at Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church and prepared and rehearsed with an adult choir for masses and holiday services.
She received a Bachelor’s degree in Accompanying and Piano Pedagogy from Moscow Music College and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College.
Lyubov is currently working as a piano teacher and an accompanist at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Park Slope Music Lessons Music school in Brooklyn and the Greenwich House Music School.
“My teaching career started in college back in Moscow, Russia. After graduating from college here, in New York, I resumed teaching students of all ages, and I love every minute of it. It is very rewarding to see my students making progress in every lesson and mastering the art of playing the piano.”