Hi, I’m Chloe. It was my dream to play the violin as a little girl, growing up watching my grandmother, an accomplished violinist.  I began playing at age six, and went on to earn a degree in violin performance from Brigham Young University. I have since performed in:

  • Solo recitals
  • BYU Philharmonic
  • BYU Baroque Ensemble
  • Chamber groups
  • Pit orchestras for local operas and ballets.

I have studied with Barbara Williams, Alexander Woods, and Marcel Bowman.

I’ve been teaching private lessons for over ten years, and have experience teaching elementary orchestra classes.  I took pedagogy classes in college and still love learning and improving my teaching skills. 

Studying the violin has taught me discipline, appreciation for beauty, and patience. Teaching is important to me because I get to share my love for music and help my students create something beautiful.

I also love hiking, traveling, homemade ice cream, southern Utah, playing Just Dance, and doing anything with my family that makes everything fun. 

Hi, I’m Chloe. It was my dream to play the violin as a little girl, growing up watching my grandmother, an accomplished violinist.  I began playing at age six, and went on to earn a degree in violin performance from Brigham Young University. I have since performed in:

  • Solo recitals
  • BYU Philharmonic
  • BYU Baroque Ensemble
  • Chamber groups
  • Pit orchestras for local operas and ballets.

I have studied with Barbara Williams, Alexander Woods, and Marcel Bowman.

I’ve been teaching private lessons for over ten years, and have experience teaching elementary orchestra classes. I took pedagogy classes in college and still love learning and improving my teaching skills.

Studying the violin has taught me discipline, appreciation for beauty, and patience. Teaching is important to me because I get to share my love for music and help my students create something beautiful.

I also love hiking, traveling, homemade ice cream, southern Utah, playing Just Dance, and doing anything with my family that makes everything fun.