Natalia Dukaleva


Instructor: Music, Arts and Craft, Visual Art

Musical education is not so much about the education of muscaminship, but rather, first and foremost, the education of the entire human being. — V. Syhomlinsky.

In my work, I consider teaching children to feel and understand music to be my most important task. I aim to bring the beauty of music to each of my students so that they may better see, understand, and feel all the charm of this wonderful world. The education of beauty ennobles the soul and refines the feelings of a child such that they become more receptive to the written word, painting, music. The language of music is capable of conveying subtle nuances of feelings that may not be expressible in words. It is not for nothing that they say: “Music begins where words end.”