Hi, hola, ciao, ni hao and sawasdee krap!. My name is Stan and I am originally from Russia. I graduated from musical college as a violin and piano performer. Afterwards I studied in the Theatre University, majoring in musical theatre and screen acting. My interest in music was obvious from an early age, when I started playing an imaginary piano, that's when my grandmother noticed and bought me a real one! From the age of 7, I started learning how to play the violin and piano. Subsequently, my interest grew into a profession and a love for music: a perfect language that doesn't need any words. While studying, I began performing with various bands, worked in restaurants and clubs, and played with various DJs. After moving to Moscow, I worked as an artist in the musical "Once upon a Time in Odessa" (vocals and violin); soloist of the "Music box" band and sang in Kremlin concerts. I have also worked as a Session musician, working with various celebrities. I performed the violin part in the soundtracks to Sergei Yastrbzhemsky's documentary "Ivory", which won first place in New York at the independent documentary film competition and was included in the "short list" for the Oscar nomination. I have also worked in various dance projects as a music director and played in symphony orchestras, accompanying numerous musical productions. I have taught violin, piano, vocals and stage speech both privately, at music schools and at university level for many years. In my free time I like to exercise, swim and travel. The best thing about working with children is when they are genuinely happy about their achievements and are capable of performing anything they like.