Radina Dosseva was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, where she began her music studies at the age of 5. In 2003 she moved to the United States with her family and in 2008 she completed both her music education and her high school education at the Levine School of Music and George Mason High School, respectively. She went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Music at Mount Holyoke College, followed by a Master’s degree in Music Theory and Composition at East Carolina University. She is currently pursuing a second Master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy at George Mason University under the private instruction of Dr. Linda Monson. Radina’s former piano teachers include Maria Aseeva, Isabel Benemelis, Darya Gabay, Eugenie Malek, Keiko Sekino, and Nikita Fitenko. Her theory and composition teachers include Gary Steigerwalt, Clifton J. Noble, David Sanford, Mark Richardson, and Edward Jacobs.
Radina is a member of MTNA and BMI, and is a music theory and piano teacher in the Northern Virginia area. Radina has extensive teaching experience, both in classroom and private settings, and she welcomes students of all ages and levels. In addition to teaching, playing the piano, and composing, Radina also plays prima domra in the American Balalaika Symphony under the direction of Peter Trofimenko. Radina has performed in numerous concerts of the orchestra in the Washington D.C. area.
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