Welcome to the personal website of

Tatiana Barankova!


Here you will find information

about my professional life.


I teach Music, Russian and Theater classes at

The Russian Center for Languages and Arts.

Our classrooms are located at 1714 Beacon Street in Brookline, MA 02445.


LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CLASSES!


For several last years, I have successfully worked on developing and implementing new methods of teaching the Russian language, which combine traditional curriculum and musical activities. Using this approach I teach three core language courses: Russian for beginners that includes learning the alphabet, developing speech and reading skills; Intermediate Russian for children with basic reading skills; and Advanced Russian focusing on mastering speaking, writing, and reading skills.  


I have 15+ years of experience teaching music classes. My students successfully learn ear-training, rhythm, music theory, and take part in chamber performances.


I actively involve children and adults in musical projects. Recently I have directed the famous musical adaptations of “Town Musicians of Bremen”, “The wolf and seven goatlings”, “Masha and Vitya against the Wild Guitars”, “Cat-the-boaster”, “Roly-Poly”, “Baby Elephant goes to School”, and other ones.



I am a founder and Director of Education of

The Russian Center for Languages and Arts

located in Brookline, MA.