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Violin, Viola, Cello, Upright Bass, PIano
Bunny is a conservatory-trained violinist with advanced music degrees from New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and a master’s degree in music performance from Yale University Graduate School of Music. She has performed in many orchestras and chamber groups including the Boston Pops and BSO, Omaha Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic. She was concertmaster (lead violinist) for Grand Rapids Symphony, New Orleans Symphony, Charleston (South Carolina) Symphony and guest leader of the London Symphony Orchestra. She was concertmaster of the Orquesta Sinfonica de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. She also has performed in the pit and on stage for ballet, opera and musical theater companies around the world. She enjoys playing with others and also solo performing. She has enjoyed performing in many countries such as Portugal, France, Itally, Israel, England, Spanish Canaries, Japan, Korea, Canada and Germany and of course almost every state of the USA on tour and in residence and will share her stories and love of travel with you.
Bunny’s favorite violinist is David Oistrakh and her style is influenced by the film composer and conductor John Williams, the Beatles, and many rock, jazz, classical and world music stars.
Bunny is an experienced and patient teacher of strings (violin, viola, cello and upright bass) and piano. She was the founding director of the Foxborough Regional Charter School’s Orchestral Instrumental Program. She taught coached chamber music and taught violin at New England Conservatory’s Preparatory Department and has taught in the Easton, Worcester, Plymouth and Cambridge school departments.
Bunny also likes organizing and conducting. She was the director of the Bristol Chamber Orchestra and also was the founding conductor of the Sharon Community Chamber Orchestra.
She is equally happy teaching students from very young and to seniors. She can start you off from the beginning or coach you as you prepare for auditions. She will share her knowledge of how to read music and interpret it so it sounds like the ‘real thing’. If you have a favorite song or piece, she’ll be happy to help you learn how to play it.