Violin, Viola Teacher
Jennifer Brown maintains a private studio in Fairfield County. Having taught students ranging in age from three to retirement, she is passionate about teaching students of all ages and abilities how to play the violin. She has adjudicated for the annual Fairfield County Strings Honors Orchestra auditions and is a coach with the Norwalk Youth Symphony. Her students’ accomplishments include winning spots in the top four orchestras of the Norwalk Youth Symphony, being accepted to perform on an honors recital and winning a high school concerto competition. Jennifer received a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music in Violin Performance from Wichita State University. She has completed special graduate courses in violin pedagogy as well as Burton Kaplan’s Virtuoso String Teacher Seminar. She is a substitute section member of the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra and has performed with the Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut, Wichita Symphony, Opera Kansas Orchestra, and Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra. Jennifer has received grants and scholarships to pursue music studies at the Rocky Ridge Music Festival, Magic Mountain Music Farm with Burton Kaplan, the Colby College String Quartet Workshop with the Portland String Quartet and the Masterworks Festival. She has also participated in guest violin and chamber music master classes, most notably with the Vermeer String Quartet.