Our Teachers

All of our teachers are passionate about music and the development of children.

They create a fun, informal, social setting that spurs engagement and supports each child's musical development.

photo Nona Zakharyan

Nona Zakharyan is a graduate of the Tchaikovsky Special Music School for Talented Students. She then completed her Bachelor and Master’s Degrees with honors at the Komitas State Conservatory. She earned her 2nd Master’s degree in Piano Performance from the University of Wyoming where she subsequently taught piano. Mrs. Zakharyan has been a prizewinner in several competitions national and international, including 1st Prize in Midland/Odessa Symphony competition in 2003, Grand prize in the Fort-Collins Symphony concerto competition, Colorado in 2004. She appeared as a soloist with Midland/Odessa symphony orchestra, UW Symphony orchestra, Fort Collins Symphony orchestra and also performed solo recitals in Armenia, Russia, Georgia and USA. Nona is much in demand as a soloist and collaborative pianist, and performs regularly.Mrs. Zakharyan is featured on a compact disc recording of A.Khachaturian piano concerto with Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra which was released in 2004. She is a guest judge in Leana Cohen music festival and many others, also active member of Music Teachers Association of California. Her students participated in many competitions earning the highest ranks. She has been teaching piano performance and theory of music for the past 17 years. Nona Zakharyan is a Music Together® Center Director and registered teacher; she loves working with little children and their families.

Nona Zakharyan is a graduate of the
Tchaikovsky Special Music School for
Talented Students. She then completed her
Bachelor and Master’s Degrees with honors at
the Komitas State Conservatory. She earned
her 2nd Master’s degree in Piano
Performance from the University of Wyoming
where she subsequently taught piano.
Mrs. Zakharyan has been a prizewinner in
several competitions national and
international, including 1st Prize in
Midland/Odessa Symphony competition in
2003, Grand prize in the Fort-Collins
Symphony concerto competition, Colorado in
2004. She appeared as a soloist with
Midland/Odessa symphony orchestra, UW Symphony orchestra, Fort Collins
Symphony orchestra and also performed solo recitals in Armenia, Russia,
Georgia and USA. Nona is much in demand as a soloist and collaborative
pianist, and performs regularly.Mrs. Zakharyan is featured on a compact disc
recording of A.Khachaturian piano concerto with Fort Collins Symphony
Orchestra which was released in 2004. She is a guest judge in Leana Cohen
music festival and many others, also active member of Music Teachers
Association of California. Her students participated in many competitions
earning the highest ranks. She has been teaching piano performance and
theory of music for the past 17 years.
Nona Zakharyan is a Music Together Center Director and registered teacher;
she loves working with little children and their families
     
photo Anna Harutyunyan

Anna Harutyunyan graduated from Tchaikovsky Special Music School for Talented children with a silver medal. Ms. Harutyunyan holds the Honored Bachelor’s and Maser’s Degree in Music Performance from Komitas State Conservatory in Armenia, from the class of the famous Professor Georgy Sarajev.
She later received Doctorate Degree from the same institution majoring in Chamber Ensemble. After graduation she was offered a full time position as a piano teacher and accompanist at the State Conservatory.

Ms. Haruyunyan performed solo recitals as well, as performed with the National Chamber Orchestra of Armenia.

Her teaching method is based on the famous classical Russian techniques.

Anna Harutyunyan is a Registered Music Together Teacher.