top of page

Genoveva Johnson


Biography and Education

Genoveva Johnson started her musical journey when she was just 6 years old, studying classical piano, theory, music history and harmony at the School of Music and Art in Constanta in Romania, where she also sang in the school choir. She continued to study classical piano, music theory, conducting, composition and music pedagogy at the National University of Music in Bucharest. Her emphasis was on music pedagogy, leading her to gain her Music Pedagogy Bachelor's Degree.


Genoveva's aim is to inspire students to become great pianists and musicians by helping them choose reportoire that they can fully connect with. She is proud to be using her own unique piano method in which she draws upon her University learning and her experience in the UK. She does not believe that one particular piano teaching method is good for everyone, rather, that every student is different and tailors her lessons to suit their abilities and interests.


Genoveva loves to share her experience as a pianist with her pupils and now focuses solely on her teaching career, which is where her passion lies. She has been teaching in both schools and privately in the UK for over 10 years in areas such as Chelsea, Battersea, Clapham and Richmond, preparing students for recitals, competitions and ABRSM exams. Besides working for schools, Genoveva has also taught at a voluntary non-profit organisation in Battersea. 

Current Projects

Outside of teaching, Genoveva often collaborates with other intrumentalists and most recently has been recording some of her music back in Romania. 

Genoveva also holds a Safeguarding certifcate for Child Protection in Music Education from the tes institute.

bottom of page