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About Inna Karsheva-Tillman
Inna Karsheva-Tillman, a native Bulgarian violinist, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance and an Artist Certificate in Music from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She currently resides in Phoenix, where she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Violin Performance at ASU in the violin class of Prof. Danwen Jiang. Mrs. Karsheva-Tillman has held teaching positions at the Joy of Music School and Knoxville Strings, as well as being an assistant with Suzuki Chamber Music Class and teaching privately. She was also a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee for two years. Mrs. Karsheva-Tillman has won numerous competitions and played for world class violinists in their masterclasses. She has served anywhere from a sectional player to a principal second violinist and concertmaster in many orchestras in Europe and the U.S. The things she enjoys the most are working in symphony orchestras, collaborating with other musicians in chamber ensembles and helping her students become better every day.