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Myles Mocarski

Violin, Viola, Piano

Myles is a graduate assistant at the University of Maryland where he is pursuing his master’s degree in violin performance under the direction of Dr. James Stern. He received his undergraduate degrees in music and speech language hearing sciences from the University of Connecticut where he graduated summa cum laude and as an honors scholar. At UConn, Myles served as concertmaster of the symphony orchestra and also performed as a soloist with the orchestra as a winner of the concerto competition. In addition, he held positions in many of the professional orchestras in Connecticut including the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, and the Torrington Symphony Orchestra. In Maryland, Myles is regularly engaged with the Fairfax Symphony, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, the Apollo Orchestra, the Anne Arundel Chamber Orchestra, and the Landon Sinfonette. During the summers, Myles has attended prestigious orchestral training programs including the National Orchestral Institute at the University of Maryland and the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge, Colorado where he held principal positions in these orchestras.

Aside from performing, Myles is also an experienced teacher. From August of 2015 until August of 2017, Myles was on the faculty of the Killingly School of Music in Danielson, Connecticut as the primary violin, viola, and piano teacher. Before this, Myles maintained a private studio of students in Connecticut and also worked as a teaching assistant at Elm City Chamber Festival, a summer program for talented middle school and high school aged string students. He enjoys working with students of different ages, backgrounds, and levels of experience to help them achieve their potential and appreciate the art of playing an instrument.

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