Location(s): Bethesda, Potomac, Rockville, Chevy Chase, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Germantown, McLean, Tysons Corner, Fairfax, NW DC
A native of Russia, Dariya Nikolenko began her musical studies at age seven and made her ﬁrst concerto appearance at nine performing the C.P.E Bach Concerto in D minor. Just recently she has appeared as a soloist with Ransom Wilson, flute, performing Martin Bresnick’s Double Flute Concerto Pan Penserosowith Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale.
Ms. Nikolenko graduated with honors from the Moscow Academic College of the Moscow Conservatory, where she studied with Uriy N. Dolzhikov, from Johns Hopkins’ Peabody Conservatory with Bachelor of Music Degree where she studied with Marina Piccinini and Yale School of Music with Master of Music Degree where she studied with Ransom Wilson. She also holds a Professional Studies Certiﬁcate Program in Orchestral Flute from Manhattan School of Music where she studied under the guidance of principal flutist of New York Philharmonic, Robert Langevin.
Ms. Nikolenko has taught undergraduate minor flute students at Yale University from 2009-2011. She actively teaches in the community and has experience with students of various ages.