Laura G. Azuaje
A native of Venezuela, Laura began her musical studies at the age of 10 in the Conservatorio “Vicente Emilio Sojo”. Since she was 14, she played in many symphony and chamber orchestras from Venezuela. She received her training in Suzuki in the Chicago Suzuki Institute under Barbara Wampner and Greater Austin Suzuki Institute under Richard Mooney. Before moving to Katy, Tx she taught cello lessons and group classes at Bellevue’s School of Performing Arts in Memphis, TN. Laura holds a Master’s degree in Cello Performance from the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the University of Memphis and her principals teachers included Rafael Ojeda, Ana Ruth Bermudez, Carmen R. Rodriguez and Leonardo Altino. She thinks that teaching is the opportunity to inspire and educate students to love and communicate through music. She is fluent in English and Spanish. Laura and her husband have two children.