Sergej Avanesov

Brooklyn, New York

Offering In-Home Lessons

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Sergej Avanesov

Sergej Avanesov, born on 23 March 1994, from Russia. He started to play Tenor Saxophone when he was 9 years old. Was studying in school named after Kim Nazaretov. He was influenced by lots of musicians like: John Coltrane, Joshua Redman, Dexter Gordon, Keith Jarrett and many others.

After he graduate music school, he decided to continue studying music abroad. And He had opportunity to go to the Netherlands for studying, in Prince Clause Conservatoire at age 17. He is studying there with Don Braden, Miguel Martinez. Last year had a project with great bass player John Clayton and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra. Also already in the Netherlands he played with Alex Sipiagin, Robin Eubanks, David Berkman, Gene Jakson. He formed his new quartet with Giacomo Caruso-piano, Tyler Luppi- Double Bass, Samvel Sarkisyan-Drums. Recently they made a recording with their own music, with this quartet they went twice on tour to Sicily, Italy. Before he did recordings with EF Orchestra, Adedeji Adetyo, Stage Band, Want2swing big band, and in 2014 he recorded with ASL trio included Tyler Luppi on bass and Samvel Sarkisyan on drums. This year’s playing with different big bands and his ASL trio, they playing mostly original music and looking for new, unique ways of playing standards. While studying he was already getting into teaching, had saxophone, piano students and tought jazz theory privately, with sutednts ages 6 to 35, always oushing students towards their goals.

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Piano Class

Evidence Based

  • Understand exactly how your student is doing

  • Record performance data with specialized data sheets

  • Use included "Progression Paths" to analyze data

  • Set clear goals to reach 

  • Learn how to adjust your appraoch based on objective data

The Young Method is an ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) based, individualized approach to learning the piano. Depending on how your student scores, they can proceed to different levels of manuals. These levels are refered to as Paths in this series.