Emma started playing the violin when she was six years old and has been playing since then. She has been classically trained and was taught by the Suzuki violin method. Upon graduation of Suzuki, she continued her violin career and played with different performing groups and orchestras.
Emma has had the opportunity to tour different countries such as Russia, Estonia, and Latvia with her performing group. Emma has also had opportunities to solo with orchestras and has loved her time playing with groups of other aspiring musicians. Her violin playing had an important role in her missionary service for 18 months where she learned to use her talent to meet and inspire others.
Emma is currently going to school at Utah Valley University in hopes to get her Art and Design degree with a Violin Performance minor. She has always been passionate about the arts and music and wants her students to see and share that same passion.
The most important thing Emma wants her students to learn is a love for their instrument and the confidence to play it. She never wants her students to fear or dread their teacher or lesson. She has a lot of energy and youthful soul to create a comfortable and happy learning environment for her students. She has the ability to build strong connections with young kids which has also drawn her to this job. She knows the importance of the first years of music lessons and how they will affect their attitude towards their instrument forever. Emma will do everything she can to help her students love the violin and appreciate the beauty of creating music!