“Where words fail, music speaks”
― Hans Christian Anderson
Ladies in Lavender by Nigel Hess
I have two different colored eyes.
I started my musical journey when I was 6 years old and ever since then have grown continually in my passion to connect with people through music! I have always been excited to help teach the next generation of musicians so they are able to experience the incredible joy music brings!
I grew up around a lot of violinists and always wanted to play. My mom was afraid her nerves couldn’t handle the squeaking of a new violin player, but I kept begging her to get me a violin and made countless paper violins to “practice” on :) When I made a case for my paper violin my mom finally agreed to let me start violin lessons. So, at age 6 I began the journey of learning the violin. Violin ignited my desire to be involved in music and that soon transferred over to piano and other various instruments as well!
I teach violin, viola, and piano.
My human hero is my mom. She is the only reason I stuck with music and am any type of musician today. She spent countless hours plunking away at the piano helping me practice and get through the tough times when I wanted to quit. I would have missed out on so much in life if it wasn’t for her persistent, loving encouragement to never give up!