About Annika Limson
Get to know Annika Limson
Annika is a violin and piano instructor who has been practicing music for almost 20 years. She has been giving private lessons since 2015.
Annika earned her Performing Arts degree, with a concentration in violin performance, in 2017 and continued her music education at the University of Rochester & Eastman School of Music. She was the Concertmaster for Harmony Magnet Academy from 2015-2017. In 2015, she performed at the Walt Disney Concert Hall with the Fresno Philharmonic Summer Academy. Annika has had multiple internships to teach and accompany performers, including attending the Porterville Strings Camp as a Concertmaster for one season. She has a lot of orchestral and chamber experience as well as solo performances. In 2016, she received the Tulare Kings Music Educator's Association Scholarship (TKMEA) and the Music Award in 2015 at Summit Charter Collegiate Academy. Annika has been a member of TKMEA Honors Orchestra (principal 2nd violin and 3rd chair first violin), Kings County Symphony Orchestra (first violin), Tulare County Symphony Orchestra (first violin 3rd chair), Harmonix Studio Orchestra (principal first violin, soloist), Lim Family Duets (violin and piano), University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles (violin), Harmony Magnet Academy Symphony Orchestra (Concertmaster), Summit Charter Collegiate Academy Orchestra (Concertmaster), and the Porterville Symphony Orchestra (first violin). She has played in Pit Orchestras for University of Rochester's Off Broadway on Campus as well as productions at Harmony Magnet Academy.
Currently, Annika is attending the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, studying MS in School & Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is doing research in Early Childhood Education and Educational Leadership. She has been teaching at Ellicott City Music & Arts since September, 2021!