Mrs. Raimonda Lekaviciene
Raimonda grew up in Lithuania (Europe), she began playing violin and accordion at a very young age. She finished music school with both accordion and violin specialties. Raimonda wanted to learn violin professionally, therefore she completed the Kaunas J. Gruodis Conservatory 4 year whole course of violin performance in Lithuania. Raimonda has experience working with different ages of children. She also worked as a music therapist with adults at Kaunas Psychiatric Ward.
Raimonda immigrated to United States in 2001, where she realized that the Suzuki method is very popular. This ignited a passion to study the Suzuki method. Raimonda volunteered at Suzuki method schools to see the program in action. She has also worked as a North Texas Suzuki Association clinician for Suzuki method students from many schools. She is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and North Texas Suzuki Association.
Raimonda was also interested in what programs associated with music were available in United States for early child education. She has therefore completed the Music Together Teacher Training program at T.C.U Texas.
She has also worked as a violin teacher in Keller I.S.D schools when they started on Strings Academy program. This program focused on developing strings orchestras for the Keller school district. At the same time Raimonda also played violin at the Northeast Orchestra for two years.
Currently she works as a private teacher for violin and piano and as a violin teacher at Keller Fine Arts Academy.