Ella Nagy

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Teaching

Currently a Masters student in the Royal Irish Academy of Music, a course that is accredited by Trinity College Dublin, Ella is a Dublin based pianist, teacher and accompanist. 

With many years of teaching experience, Ella teaches all levels of piano. She enjoys working with both adults and children, online and in-person and aims to provide a student-centred learning experience, where the pace and approach suits the interests and aspirations of the student. As an active performer, Ella prides herself on being able to give practical as well as technical advice during her lessons.

 

Ella also enjoys incorporating fun facts, rudiments, music theory, and relevant historical facts into her teaching to help the students engage more with the music and have more fun during the lessons.

Music Education & Performing

Ella started studying piano at the age of 5 with Dr. Ilona Czitrovszky at the Frédéric Chopin Music School of Hungary. In 2011 she entered the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) on an entrance scholarship as a highly talented young musician.

 

She continued her studies at RIAM and completed her Bachelor Degree with First Class Honours under the tutelage of Professor Lance Coburn.

 

Ella also holds a Licentiate Teaching Diploma from the Royal Irish Academy of Music.

 

Ella is the recent winner of the prestigious €20,000 Blackwater Valley Opera Festival bursary, which allows further studies in the Royal Irish Academy of Music. 

 

Ella has performed as a soloist with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra, receiving a standing ovation, and has given recitals in some of Ireland’s finest concert venues such as the National Concert Hall, National Gallery of Ireland and Kilruddery house to name a few.