Alexander Djordjevic is a performing classical pianist who teaches private lessons to students of all ages at his personal studio in Wheaton, at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, and at the Music Institute of Chicago in Downers Grove and Winnetka. Besides having earned advanced degrees in piano performance and literature from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and the Freiburg Hochschule für Musik (Germany), Mr. Djordjevic is a Fulbright Scholar who was the winner of numerous piano competitions. He frequently performs as a recitalist and concerto soloist, and has an extensive background in accompanying and chamber music. His performances have been broadcast on classical radio stations across the country. He has taught master classes and has judged regional and international piano competitions.
These experiences greatly contribute to his expertise as a teacher. Having taught professionally since 1992, Djordjevic has taught piano at the University of Illinois, Northern Illinois University, College of DuPage, Wheaton College, University of Notre Dame, Benedictine University, Elgin Community College, and at the Music Institute of Chicago. His studio consists of children, adolescents, college students and adults.
Alexander Djordjevic helps students of all ages become successful, confident, highly trained pianists. His comprehensive approach to teaching covers such topics as music theory, sight reading, transposition, ear training, and piano technique, as well as learning to play music for pure enjoyment. His students continue to win prizes in competitions and are regularly accepted into the nation’s top music colleges.
Please contact Mr. Djordjevic with any questions about lessons and to schedule an interview.