Miss. Miriam-Rose LeDuc
Violin teacher since 2008, Miriam-Rose began her classical violin studies in the Suzuki method at a very young age. She continued her studies through high school, and went on to pursue a degree at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. While there, she was fortunate enough to receive instruction in pedagogy from Dr. Brenda Brenner and Mimi Zweig. During her time at the Jacobs School of Music, she also developed a love for traditional styles of playing, and graduated with a degree in Traditional Scottish Fiddle and Ballet Performance, with a minor in business. She has received several awards for her music, including third place at the 2012 National Scottish Fiddle Championship, second place at the 2012 Ohio Scottish Games’ open fiddle competition, and the 2012 Devesh Shah Learning Experience Grant. Miriam-Rose currently resides in Chicago and enjoys teaching and performing at various venues.