Instructor
Joined in
2015

Paul

Instructor

Teaches Violin, Viola

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Violin, Viola

About Paul

Paul Jenkins graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where he studied music and education.  Paul is a violinist, composer, and educator. Paul has performed in Carnegie Hall, and has performed in master classes for violinists such as Daniel Heifetz. Paul won the UMBC Community Symphony Concerto Competition in 2009 and 2010, and was a 2010 Howard County Rising Star Finalist.  While at UMBC, Paul composed several works for violin, many of which that were selected and performed at the 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 UMBC Honor's Recitals.  Paul is currently teaching lessons out of his studio and composing works for violin and guitar.

His performance studies include work with Ronald Mutchnik, former President of the American String Teacher's Association's Maryland/DC Chapter, Airi Yoshioka of the Damocles Trio and Modigliami Quartet, and Christian Tremblay of the Peabody Preperatory Institute.

Dedicated to all aspects of successful teaching, his bachelor's level work has included study in developmental psychology, education, and pedagogy.  Paul has taught for over 7 years privately in addition to having experience teaching in classroom settings in private and public schools in Howard County, MD.  He began studying violin at the age of three and is also a self-taught guitarist.  Paul teaches primarily the Suzuki Method, but is open to teaching all styles and genres of music.

Arundel Mills Music & Arts 410-799-0200 Hanover MD