Age: All
Time: Tuesdays 2:00-6:30, Half Hour Sessions
Cost: $25 per 1/2 Hour – $50 per Hour
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Violinist Jennifer Sternick is an active and enthusiastic member of the Pittsburgh music community. She has performed professionally in symphony orchestras, chamber orchestras, and pit orchestras, collaborated with musicians to hold performances at various venues in western Pennsylvania, and is contracted regularly to provide music at private events. As a chamber musician, Jennifer is a member of Black Orchid String Trio and Bellwether Strings, as well as principal violinist for the Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra. Since 2012, Jennifer is the concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra. An instructor with over ten years of experience, Jennifer teaches students of all ages music reading, notation, and theory, violin and bow posture and technique, and works regularly with students on careful listening and ear training.

Originally from the outskirts of Mohnton, Pennsylvania, where she grew up studying the violin with Barbara Lanza, Jennifer earned her bachelors in music and philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh where she studied with Roger Zahab. Jennifer is the recipient of the Mildred Miller Posvar Award for Distinguished Academic Achievement in Music and the Alfred D’Auberge Award for Excellence in Music Performance. Currently, she studies with Huei-Sheng Kao of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. When Jennifer is not making music, she is an avid runner, rock climber, and Ultimate Frisbee player.