Director and Founder of the Stamford Music &Arts Academy, classical pianist, teacher, project manager.
Graduate of Specialized Music School and National Academy of Arts in Kharkov, Ukraine (equivalent to a University level) Svitlana Fiorito accomplished her education with the highest GPA.
Svitlana began her piano studies at the age of five and from the childhood has had a versatile background in performance, accompaniment, teaching and music education. She later received Bachelor Degree from Liatoshinsky Music College and Masters from National Academy of Arts, Kharkov, Ukraine. Her teachers were Valentina Klukina, Nikolay Dubinenko, Viktor Siryatsky, Igor Ryabov and Therese Dussout.
After graduation Svitlana has performed solo and chamber music recitals in the United States and traveled abroad as a performing artist.
Mrs. Fiorito’s students have won more than one hundred awards at state, national and international competitions including Ettlingen International Competition for Young Pianists in Germany, Washington International Young Artist Competition in D.C., International Piano Competition in Spain, participated in Aspen and Interlochen Music Festivals, performed at Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and admitted into elite schools such as Harvard University, Yale University and Julliard School.
Mrs. Fiorito is the Founder and Director of Stamford Music & Arts Academy, one of the prominent music school in Stamford, which gained a reputation of the school of prodigies. Svitlana is a great performing artist and teacher.