Our Director Traces Her Musical Lineage to Beethoven

 

Tamriko Siprashvili can trace her musical lineage through the centuries back to Ludwig van Beethoven. As director of Inspire Academy of Music and Arts, she continues the tradition of musical greats. See her musical lineage in the chart below and learn more about the renowned pianists that influenced music through the ages.

 
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Ludwig van Beethoven

(1779–1827)
German composer and one of the first piano virtuosos. 

Carl Czerny

(1791–1857)
Austrian composer,
pianist and teacher of Czech origin. He was Beethoven’s best student and assistant. His Etudes are a cornerstone of piano instructive repertoire.

Franz Liszt

(1811–1886)
Hungarian composer, pianist, conductor, organist and teacher. Studied piano with Czerny.

Alexander Siloti

(1863–1945)
Russian pianist, conductor, composer and Professor at Moscow Conservatory and Julliard School. One of Liszt’s favorite students. Taught his cousin Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Konstantin Igumnov

(1883–1948)
Russian pianist and teacher. Classmate of Rachmaninoff and Scriabin.

Lev Oborin

(1907–1974)
Russian pianist, composer and teacher. 40 years professor at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

Mikhail Voskresensky

(b. 1935)
Russian pianist and teacher, prize winner of Van Cliburn, Schumann, Enescu and Rio de Janeiro Competitions. Oborin’s favorite student, then assistant. Over 50 years professor at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

Tamriko Siprashvili

(b. 1963)

Russian pianist of Republic of Georgia origin. Teacher, First Prize winner of the Schumann International Competition in Zwickau, Germany. Voskresensky’s favorite student at the Moscow Tchaikowsky Conservatory.