Read what Karine Koroukian’s Students/Parents have to say about her classes:

Karine has been teaching my 9-year-old Maya piano and the foundations of music for more than 4 years.

Maya’s progress far exceeded my expectations. While she is very methodical in her lesson plans, at the same time, she turns the lessons into fun and exciting musical experience for the student.

Twice a year, Karine organizes student recitals at Steinway Hall in NY. These recitals are the highlights of the year! My daughter really enjoys performing in front of a large audience and it is a wonderful experience for parents and relatives to witness the growth and progress students make between recitals. The confidence my daughter has built with each successful performance has enabled her to play in front of 300 people.

I highly recommend Karine Koroukian as a piano pedagogue.

Dmitri G. – Brooklyn, NY

I have known Ms. Koroukian for almost five years. My daughters have thrived under her tutelage. She is unique in many ways, but most pronounced is her profound sense of professionalism. She instills in her charges a tremendous dedication and musicality and inspires them to push themselves…

The second way in which her instruction is uniquely valuable is that it is broad. There is music theory, music history, solfège – even composition. I am additionally tremendously grateful for the care she takes to make sure her pupils are ergonomically postured from the start.

I recommend Ms. Koroukian without reservation.


R. H. – Kew Gardens, NY


Dear Karine,

thank you so much for not only teaching Stephanie music and piano but also giving her inspiration.

A.H. – Forest Hills


Thank you for teaching me and for never letting me forget that music is a gift. I can’t express in words how grateful I am and how honored I am to call myself your student. Without you constantly pushing me and never letting me give up, this acceptance would not be possible…

J. M. – Forest Hills, NY
(Former student, a current music student at Berklee University.)



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