Bronwyn began studying violin in Norwalk, CT, a vibrant cultural suburb of New York City. Early musical influences, such as visits to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center fueled her lifelong pursuit of inspiring musical excellence. Bronwyn studied Violin Performance at The University of Connecticut under Theodore Arm, where she also received training in Suzuki Pedagogy. During her graduate studies in Applied Violin at the Hartt School, she studied directly with Eric Rosenblith, Bernard Lurie and Eugene Drucker. Bronwyn is a long standing performer and music educator in the Greater Hartford area. Some of her professional accomplishments include serving as Program Director and educator of the Violin Instruction Program (VIP) at East Hartford Glastonbury Elementary Magnet School. She’s also been a private instructor and ensemble coach and Summer Strings Program Director with The Hartford Conservatory. In addition, Bronwyn was also the Suzuki Pilot Program Educator for the Hartford Public Schools. Bronwyn is an enthusiastic, effective and encouraging educator of both violin and viola. Bronwyn is also adept at improvisational skills, having grown up in a musical environment where family gatherings involved getting out the instruments and "jamming." She enjoys incorporating a wide variety of musical styles into a strong foundation of classical and Suzuki training. She enables students to express their own creativity and individuality through the gift of music.
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