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Angelina Kolobukhova was born and raised in Minsk, Belarus, and she began classical piano lessons at six and voice lessons at nine. Throughout her childhood and teenage years, she performed at popular music competitions in Europe and attended masterclasses with different artists.


In 2018, after being awarded a scholarship, she moved to New York to attend Adelphi University’s Honors College. She received her degree in Music with a Concentration in Jazz Studies in 2022. She is an alumni of the 2021 and 2022 Boisey Lowery Living Jazz Residency and has performed at the Clifford Brown Jazz Festival. Some recent performance credits include Ornithology Jazz Club, Birdland Jazz Club, Room623, NPR Live @ HOME sessions, and Hartford Jazz Society, as well as other NYC venues. 


Angelina has taught voice and piano lessons to students of all ages. She believes that teaching is about connecting with the student and creating a space of mutual understanding. Small steps should always be acknowledged and encouraged, as progress is ultimately made up of daily commitments. She thinks that music learning is for everyone and is a fascinating process that can heal, inspire, and humble. Angelina believes that, regardless of future career choice, musical training can make children into more hard-working, curious, and passionate human beings. 

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