Music Department
Holloway Hall

Lyubov Paskova

Lyubov Paskova received her Bachelor of Music Degree from the Music Teacher’s Training College in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, and her Masters Degree in Music from Saint Petersburg Academy of the Arts where she studied piano with Tatiana Lupikina. Mrs. Paskova has taught piano, solfeggio, and theory at the Academy of Arts Extension Service in St. Petersburg, the Private School of the Arts in St. Petersburg, and began teaching in 2000 at the Salisbury Music Center where she was working until December 2006. Currently Luba holds a private piano studio in Salisbury, MD.

In December 2001, Luba was appointed acting chairperson of the Salisbury Center for National Piano Guild Auditions. In 2006 she was accepted on the board of Judges for National Guild of Piano Teachers. Mrs. Paskova compiled and organized the annual recital of Celebration of Great Composers for local piano students that is sponsored and held at SU.

Luba also performs piano and organ at Asbury United Methodist Church both in worship and in concert, and for the summers in 2005, 2006 directed the piano curriculum for the Salisbury Youth Music Camp. In the past she gave charity performances at Salisbury University and March of Dimes. In 2006 and again in 2007, she participated in local radio station Celebration of Music concert, which showcases classical musicians on the Eastern Shore. In March 2007, Luba held a solo concert focusing on Viennese Classics and Russian Romantic music.

Luba teaches class piano and applied piano as a secondary instrument to all majors.

410-543-6385 or ext 36385
lapaskova@salisbury.edu