Leslie Seitz

When I was five years old, I convinced my parents to let me begin taking violin lessons. At the time, I scarcely realized that music would become a life-long passion of mine. I started in the Suzuki method, taking both private lessons and attending group classes. Suzuki has been part of my life and a sort of second home and community for me ever since. In middle school, I decided to join our local youth orchestra, broadening my musical repertoire greatly. Since I enjoyed this orchestra so much, I joined my high school orchestra in ninth grade. There were few violists, and the section was sorely in need of some strong players. After talking to a now very dear friend in the section and my teacher, I decided to give learning viola a try. I actively pursue both instruments now. Heading into my junior year of high school this coming fall, I know that music will always be a part of my life. I hope to double major in music and some other field in college, and take my music with me wherever life may lead.

Lessons the Suzuki Method Taught Me

Lessons the Suzuki Method Taught Me


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