Savitski Piano Studio
Teaches: Piano Piano Improvisation and Music Theory
Sergei Savitski received his Master of Music degree in Piano Performance from the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music where he studied piano with Dr. Tali Morgulis. Born in Ukraine, Sergei moved to Poland at age 11, then in 2007 moved to the U.S. to study with Sergei Babayan at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance. He began studying piano at age 7, and has since then performed as a soloist, collaborative pianist, and chamber musician extensively. In 2012, Sergei was selected from among hundreds of pianists worldwide as a Semi-Finalist in the 2012 Wideman International Piano Competition in Shreveport, Louisiana. In the summer of 2012, he and his wife Katrina were invited to participate at the Colorado College Summer Music Festival in Colorado Springs where they worked with some of the best musicians in North America. In Cleveland, he was an active member of the CIM outreach program, and also performed at the Cleveland Clinic for several years as a musician in the Music Therapy Program. As a teacher, Sergei has taught at Cleveland Montessori School, Cleveland School of the Arts, Houston Music Institute, Robert M. Beren Academy in Houston, and has also taught undergraduate music theory classes at the University of Houston. In addition to having a full private studio, Sergei is on faculty at the School of Fine Arts at First Baptist Academy, and serves as a music director and performer at St. James Lutheran Church.