"what we have loved, others will love, and we will teach them how."

--william wordsworth

In the ten years I've been teaching, I have come to believe the most important element I can impart to my students is a passion for music. It is my goal to cultivate an interest in music while empowering students with practical tools to skillfully and musically express themselves. For information about enrolling in lessons, please see below.

I received my Bachelor of Music in 2012 from Azusa Pacific University, specializing in violin performance. In August 2014, I attended Every Child Can at the Hartt Suzuki Institute, returning the following year to complete Suzuki Violin Unit 1 Teacher Training. I am an active member of the Music Teachers National Association and the Massachusetts Music Teachers Association.

Private Studio

Prior to requesting lessons, please review my studio policies. Then, choose instrument and lesson length, and register for lessons online. You will be contacted within three business days of completing the registration to confirm lesson availability, finalize scheduling, and prepare for lessons.

recital Information

Information about our past two studio recitals may be found here, including downloadable programs and photos of the events.


Without a well-functioning instrument, learning a new instrument is nearly impossible. All students in my studio are required to possess a functioning instrument, required sheet music curriculum, and accessories as outlined in the studio policies. For a list of local and online businesses and resources from which to purchase such supplies, click here [PDF].