Strings and Piano
Talia’s journey as a musician began in the suburbs of Seattle, Washington, where she was born and raised. She studied piano, violin, and choral singing throughout her childhood and teen years. Her gifting for violin led her into years of private study, performance with the Tacoma Youth Symphony, Solo Ensemble Competitions, weddings & special events, playing and signing at church, and local Farmers Markets. After earning her Bachelors of Music in Violin Performance from Western Washington University, she moved to San Francisco in December of 2012 to further her career as a freelance artist and teacher. Here, she performed in the pit orchestra of Mozart’s Don Giovanni Opera with the BASOTI Orchestra. She also studied and performed as a Renaissance bass violinist with Ansambl Luython, an instrumental and choral group that specialized in Eastern European Early Music. Talia also was involved in the folk community, where she recorded withBrother Chip and performed shows and recorded with You’re the Queen Cosette. She maintained a full teaching studio during her year in the Bay area, where she was able to use her knowledge of string pedagogy and her passion for children.In December of 2012, she moved to Denver, Colorado, where she married the man of her dreams. She currently resides here and is enjoying the transition into a new teaching studio, as well as preparing for upcoming symphony auditions. She continues to specialize in violin, both private and group lessons, while also offering beginning piano and group music classes for younger children.