Professor Lidia Boguslavsky is an “embodiment of a whole generation of great Russian piano pedagogues and performers”. Upon receiving Doctorate of Musical Arts from a prestigious Gnessin Institute at the age of twenty-five, Ms. Boguslavsky has already recorded numerous solo albums of contemporary Belarusian music by Dmitri Smolsky, Sergey Kortes, Grigoriy Surus, Edi Tyrmand for the Soviet Union National Radio Fund. Those recordings were broadcasted across fifteen republics of Soviet Union, making her the youngest professor at the Belarusian State Conservatory at the age of twenty-six.
Her artistic freedom and full dedication to each of her students has led Professor Boguslavsky to hold positions at the SUNY Purchase College, University of Staten Island, Wagner College and Rowan University of New Jersey. As a guest artist and a distinguished faculty member, she has been a member of Summit Music Festival (USA), American Fine Arts Festival (Germany), Burgos International Music Festival (Spain), Castelnuovo di Garfagnana International Academy of Music (Italy) for numerous years. While maintaining an impressive studio of highly successful pianists, she has toured all over Russia, United States and Europe as a soloist and a collaborative artist. Lidia Leonidovna has published numerous scholarly works, such as Working on New Repertoire and The Art of Legato, where she introduced her unique teaching method undertaking the continuation of a great legacy of Konstantin Igumnov, Heinrich Neuhaus and Yakov Milstein.