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- The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (Music)
Hunter is an American cellist from Washington D.C. He is a proud graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and the University of Virginia. Throughout his career, Hunter has performed in numerous orchestras, including the Falls Church Chamber Orchestra, the Interlochen Symphony Orchestra, and the Charlottesville Symphony Orchestra. At sixteen, he won the opportunity to perform with the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center for a rendition of Beethoven's Fifth. Shortly after this honor, Hunter participated in the final summer of the National High School Music Institute at Northwestern. In addition to large ensemble, Hunter possesses extensive small ensemble experience. With string quartets, quintets, octets, and piano trios, Hunter has performed famous works by Mozart, Mendelssohn, Shostakovitch, Tchaikovsky, and many others. He has instructed private lessons since 2012 and taught group lessons professionally at the Charlottesville Waldorf School during his final year at University. Hunter's principal teachers have been National Symphony cellist, Loran Stephenson, Crispin Campbell, and Adam Carter. Hunter remains an enthusiastic student and teacher of music, who believes that it is never too late to pick up the cello and always difficult to set it down.
Hunter is an American cellist from Washington D.C. He is a proud graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and the University of Virginia. Throughout his career, Hunter has performed in numerous orchestras, including the Falls Church Chamber Orchestra, the Interlochen Symphony Orchestra, and the
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I hold a BA in Music and Foreign Language from the University of Virginia. I have twelve years of experience studying my instrument and giving lessons. I am currently employed by Sessions Music in Houston to instruct privately. In twelve years I have collected a vast array of teaching techniques and keys to unlocking student potential.