Coconut Grove, South Miami, Coral Gables
With a passion for orchestral music, Victoria has been a part of side-by-side ensembles with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony. She also served as concertmaster at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts. In addition to leading the school’s advanced ensembles, Victoria organized and directed a conductorless chamber symphony. Before beginning her college studies, Victoria also won first place at the Florida Federation of Music Clubs Junior Festival for 3 years in a row!
Started Music Career:
Victoria grew up listening to her mom play her violin at home, and started taking lessons at age 4.
Victoria is currently studying with Charles Castleman in the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.
Areas of Focus:
Classical technique, performance and collaboration, audition prep
Favorite Aspect of Teaching:
Although Victoria has vast experience in performing, teaching has been just as rewarding for her. She enjoys forming a bond with her students, and loves to see them develop their musicianship while overcoming performance anxiety!
Victoria has been invited twice to perform with Itzhak Perlman alongside members of the Perlman Music Program as a part of their Winter Residency. She has also played with the Florida All-State Orchestra for the past 5 years! Victoria has participated in many summer programs including the Eastern Music Festival, Curtis Summerfest, and David Kim Orchestral Institute.