Head of Piano Department
Pianist Uros Todic was born in Belgrade, Serbia. In his early years, his artistic prowess quickly attracted attention, at the age of five he started his music education. During his Masters studies he was identified as a bright and enthusiastic pianist and became a teacher who is known for his remarkable teaching methods and approach. During his performing career he was recognized as a young pianist of mature musicality and imagination, superior technique, and a heartwarming sound. In 2018 Uros is becoming a co – founder of Four Notes Music Center in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Today, Uros is a piano teacher who advocates for the development of a new system of music education and the creation of more opportunities for students.
Head of Singing Department
Marija is a Serbian opera singer – soprano, who started her music education at the age of 6. After 6 years of playing the piano she started singing lessons that became her biggest passion. In 2016 Marija graduated as a Master Opera Singer and a teacher form the “Faculty of Arts” at Slobomir University, BIH in class of the Prof. Mr. Vojislav Spasic. During her singing career Marija became a winner of numerous International competition and awards. She took parts in operas, musicals and around 400 concerts all over eastern Europe with both piano and orchestral accompaniment. In 2018 Marija became a co-founder of Four Notes Music Center in Abu Dhabi, UAE where she works as a teacher. Today she is recognized through holistic approach to education and encourages her students to explore and learn more about music theory and the history of music
Drums and Guitar Teacher
Manager Assistant at Four Notes
Claude Cozens is a drummer, guitarist and teacher who studied extensively in South Africa and Norway culminated by achieving a Masters’ degree in the performing art. For many years, he has been touring with musicians internationally as well teaching talented students. Manifesting his experience to provide engaging and exciting lessons for his students with a holistic learning opportunity for all levels. Many of whom have gone to have incredible achievements in music. Claude began learning at a very young age, dedicated to his instrument. By the time he was a teenager, he was being featured in events and local music festivals. From there, prominent musicians - especially from the international jazz scene - started working with him on various projects around the world including Norway, Japan, Italy, Switzerland and the UAE.
Flavius Danica is a Serbian violinist, born with a Romanian ethnicity. He began studying violin at the age of eight, taking lessons from his father. Followed by studying in Cuprija School for talents, Serbia and then Bachelor and Master studies in University of Novi Sad, Serbia. Today, Flavius is a holder of ‘Master of Musical Arts’ degree. In his career he participated at many concerts and competitions across the country and Europe as a soloist, orchestra, and chamber orchestra player, also Flavius was actively attending the master classes and had an opportunity to study from the best violin professors. His pedagogical career started in 2014 and since then Flavius develop himself into international violin teacher who is sharing the knowledge and experience with his students. Combining passion, knowledge and experience Flavius is motivating students to enjoy the music and practice so they can achieve whatever their goal is.
Solfeggio and theory teacher
Marko Markovic was born in Serbia where he started his music education at the age of 6. He has completed Bachelor and Master studies at the,, Faculty of Arts” in Nis, Serbia as one of the most successful students of his generation. During his career in Serbia, he participated in numerous charity organizations and concerts all over the Europe, he has won numerous historical and cultural awards, composed, conducted, and made numerous arrangements for different types of vocal and instrumental ensembles. As a teacher with over 15 years of experience, Marko aims to unlock his students’ true potential and develop their creativity and passion for music and composing.
Classically trained pianist Aisha Issametova was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan. She started her music education at the age of 5 in The Kulyash Bayseitova Republican School For Gifted Children. Aisha studied at the Kazakh National Conservatoire and graduated with honors from the Faculty of Instrumental Performance. After graduation, she began working at the Department of String Instruments as a concertmaster. Participated in various music competitions, concerts, and festivals where became a laureate. In addition to concertmaster work Aisha devotes a significant part of her career to teaching piano. She helps students to develop talent, and integrate their social, emotional, and intellectual growth that contributes to their comprehension and the use of knowledge in real
ALEXANDRA LEVANTINO REMONDE
Early age instrumental Teacher
Born in the Philippines, she began her journey in music in grade school competing in Rondalla (A string ensemble) competitions at Cultural Center of the Philippines and joining international music festivals held in the Philippines. Her passion for this art fuelled her motivation to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Music, Majoring in Music Education in Voice Concentration with a minor in Piano. She received a first call for Miss Saigon auditions in 2014. She is a licensed professional teacher in the Philippines majoring in MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health) and enthusiastic about fitness. She has conducted multiple extra curricular activities through ensembles and after-school music programs.