Radayeva Music Studio​
1228 Quarry Lane  Suite "A" , Pleasanton, CA
3212 Constitution Drive , Livermore CA

Natalya Titenko

  Natalya Titenko began learning piano at the age of 9. At the age of 11, she was the winner of the “Nury Halmamedov” Regional Piano Competition . At the age of 14, she became a finalist of the Turkmen State Concerto Competition. 

Ms. Natalya attended Turkmen State Musical College of Music from 1986 to 1990 and earned the title of Teacher, & Concert Master, with Honors. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Music at the Turkmen National Conservatory in 1995 graduating with the title of Teacher of Piano, Artist of Chamber Ensemble, and Concert Master, with specialty in Piano and Organ. In the Turkmen National Conservatory, Ms. Natalya studied with world renowned professor Orazgul Annamuradova. 

Ms. Natalya brings with her over eighteen years of teaching experience. During her career in the Turkmenistan, she performed as a Soloist with both the Chamber and Symphony Orchestras. From 1996-2010 Natalya was a piano teacher and accompanist with the String Department at the School of Music in Ashgabat. Her students have placed highly at both regional and state competitions. Students from her class are encouraged to perform in various festivals ,competitions ,recitals and master classes throughout the Bay Area. She is a current member of the Music Teachers Association of California and a gifted pianist with a passion for music .

Natalya loves music and she wants each of her students to have the same appreciation and keep it for life. She believes that each student is unique and should have individual goals. She is well experienced in teaching methods of classical piano to both children and adults. Natalya works with students on sight reading, music theory, and ear training. Ms. Natalya is a friendly and very patient teacher. She makes her students feel welcome and happy to be learning an instrument.

“ I believe that every student has a talent. My goal is to discover this talent and help the student unlock that potential. A good teacher keeps their student interested in learning music and develops in every student the ability to understand and enjoy music.” - Natalya Titenko