Nancy Medina has been teaching violin, viola, and music theory to students of all ages for over twenty years. Born in Bogotá, Colombia, she speaks both English and Spanish and enjoys providing a multicultural perspective in a variety of learning environments for her students.
Nancy earned her bachelor of arts specializing in violin from the Central University of Colombia in Bogotá in 2002, and her Graduate Certificate in Violin Performance from the University of South Florida in 2005. She has experience teaching in both group environments and private lessons, and has organized a variety of musical events in a school setting.
While in Colombia, Nancy participated in Batuta, a national cultural development program in which she helped to provide classical music instruction in hard-to-reach places and indigenous communities. As a teenager, she participated in the Children’s Symphony Orchestra and traveled on missions where she taught Colombian folklore. Nancy brings this experience to the studio by educating her students in different genres including folkloric compositions. She believes that this musical diversity helps her students develop an ear for various types of music and teaches them discipline and consistency.
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Nancy is qualified to teach private music lessons in the following areas:
Violin: Beginner through Advanced
Nancy offers private lessons to students ages six and older.