Thomas Matthias
Tom is a graduate of Bangor University, having obtained a first-class Bachelor of Music with Honours degree. He was awarded the Robert Pascall Award for his edition of Philippe Basiron’s Missa de Franza. During this time, he also completed an ABRSM Diploma in Instrumental Teaching and became the accompanist for the Maletones Choir, New Start Theatre Company, and Bitesize Theatre Company.

He is also a graduate of the University of Greenwich where he gained a PGCE in Primary Education. After moving to London, he also became a music leader for Funky Monkey Keyboards, delivering group keyboard lessons for children.

He is now the music specialist at Nadeen Primary School, where he is responsible for delivering music lessons to children from Nursery to Year 7. He also delivers music therapy sessions as well as running music groups including the school choir, bucket drumming and ukulele groups. For the last two years, he has also become the accompanist for the Manama Singers.
Alina Neverkovets
Alina was born in a family of musicians, therefore, she was surrounded by music since her early years. Graduated from Hulak-Artemovsky Regional Music College in Cherkassy (Ukraine), she has moved to Odessa where she received two higher musical educations. The qualification of piano performer and teacher, accompanist, chamber ensemble performer was possessed in Nezhdanova State Music Academy and qualification of art critic was obtained in Ushinski South Ukrainian University.
Alina has an experience of teaching students of different ages for more than 10 years; she is continuously improving the level of her pedagogical skill taking part in teaching development courses, seminars and conferences, in particular Young Teachers Seminars.
Michael Temnykov
Michael is a Pianist/Organist that graduated with a Master in Piano performance from the University of Music, Trossingen, Germany.
He later went on to obtain his Bachelor of Arts in Chruch Organ also at the University of Music Trossingen.
Michael is a Professional Musician with extensive performance experience and deep understanding of music theory, notation, and history.

Along with his vast performance experience, Michael worked as a Church Organist at the Catholic parish of St. Fridolin in Glarus, Switzerland.
He has also performed as a Church Organist in Sulz am Neckar and Hausen ob Verena, Germany.

Some of Michael's skilled experience include a Comprehensive knowledge of harmony and Session Pianist for Studio recording.
Kateryna Aziukovska
Kateryna has graduated from the piano department of I.P. Kotlyarevsky National University of Arts (Kharkiv, Ukraine) and obtained a Master Degree in Musical Art. Having as a major occupation piano teaching and accompanying, she has been working in several music schools in Donetsk, Kyiv, and Kharkiv during and after her years of studying.
Kateryna has always been fascinated with music history, interested in researching rare articles about music and arts. This passion led her to work at Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine, one of the world’s largest national libraries, the main academic library and scientific information center in Ukraine. Kateryna was serving there in the Department of Music Foundation preparing descriptions for the newly arrived music literature, systemizing the department's database, taking an active part in research activities and scientific conferences.
For numerous years, Kateryna has been teaching piano and music theory students at Harmony Music Center. Currently, she is continuing her teaching career in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Olha Kochura
Olha Kochura graduated S.S. Hulak-Artemovsky Music College and continued her higher music education in I.P. Kotlyarevsky University of Arts in Kharkov. She possessed Master's Degree with honour and obtained qualifications accompanist, chamber ensemble performer, piano teacher of a higher school institution, researcher.
She started her professional career in 2010 and was working as a piano teacher and accompanist in Specialized Music Boarding School and different music schools in Kharkov and was working as a head of pedagogical practice department at University of Arts (2010-2016). Olha started her career at HMC as a piano teacher in 2016, from September 2018 she has been appointed as a Managing Director of HMC.
Olena Osika
Olena Osika is an internationally established piano teacher & performer, accompanist, founder of Musician Idol Competition, founder & owner of Harmony Music Center – one of the leading Music Institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Ms. Olena has graduated from Regional Music College in Ukraine and Kharkov State Academy of Culture and obtained Bachelor’s Degree in music art and Master’s Degree in Social Pedagogue. From 2003 Ms. Olena started her piano and music teaching career in the Kingdom of Bahrain, she worked in many music schools across the island. In 2009, she established Harmony Music Center that offers music lessons that combine the balance of nurture, discipline, and top-quality music instructions. From small beginnings, Harmony has grown into one of the largest institutions of its type in the country.