Students prepare for the opening concert.

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Jennifer Visick

Jennifer Visick is a graduate of the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at the University of California, Irvine where she earned a B.Mus. degree in Viola Performance. She teaches with the Pasadena Suzuki Music Program, directs the Suzuki program at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, teaches 3rd grade Suzuki violin at Willard Elementary in Pasadena, and directs the entry-level Academy of CYOSC, a youth orchestra based in Orange County.

Jennifer pursues ongoing studies in music education specializing in injury-prevention for musicians, and has been influenced in this area by BodyMapping ideas, the Alexander Technique, Karen Tuttle’s “Coordination” Workshop, Janet Horvath’s Playing (Less) Hurt, and Susan Kempter’s “Playing the Violin with the Body in Mind”. She’s a member of the Christian Performing Artist’s Fellowship, the Suzuki Association of the Americas, the Suzuki Music Association of California-Los Angeles, and the American Viola Society. Her personal website is www.jennyvisick.com.

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