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Marina Keselman

Marina Keselman


2005 – present time. Associate Professor (Docent), Violin, Tchaikovsky Conservatoire (Moscow)

1985 – present time. Violin teacher, Musical College affiliated to Tchaikovsky Conservatoire (Moscow)

1981 – 1983 Performing musician, string quartet.

1976 – 1981 Student, Violin, class of Prof. Glezarova,Tchaikovsky Conservatoire (Moscow), Honours Degree.


Honoured Culture Worker of RF (Certificate №200646, RF President Decree of 28 December 2007)

Prizewinner, Federal Programme ‘Gifted Children’ – for a special contribution to work with gifted children, RF President’s order of 13 December 2001


Various collections of exercises and etudes for the violin.

Editing teaching works for the violin, Music Well ??? and Yurgenson Publishers


Participation in creating the Programme for Teaching the Violin for Musical Colleges and Children Schools.

Reviewing Teaching Programmes that are sent to the Methodological Centre at the RF Ministry of Culture

Reviewing Teaching Programmes of various musical establishments in RF.


Summer Schools in Latvia, Italy, Great Britain.

Various Art Schools in Russia.

Masterclasses in Bolivia, (South) Korea, Germany, in the E. Gilels and L. Kogan International Music Academy (Moscow) as well as in various cities of Russian Federation and CIS.

On the jury of various competitions in Moscow, London, Cremona, Belgorod, Ryazan, Surgut, Izhevsk.

Holding seminars for teachers of musical schools and colleges at Moscow city methodological chamber and in various cities of RF.

M.I. Keselman’s pupils have performed in various cities of the RF and CIS as well as in Latvia, Germany, Chech Republic, Hungary, Turkey, France, Italy, Austria, Spain, Great Britain. There are among them prize and award winners of International, all-Russia and Moscow competitions and festivals.