• Violinesse Violin Studios

    Violinesse Violin Studios


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    Daria Hodko enjoys teaching a wide range of students aged as young as three to adult. Her students have held Concertmaster and Principal 2nd Violin positions with the San Diego Unified School District Middle School and High School Honor Orchestras from 2011-2016. In addition, her students are active in the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra and Civic Youth Orchestra of San Diego. Ms. Hodko strives to provide a curriculum that is tailored specifically to each individual student, and emphasizes the importance of focusing on details while still enjoying the process of learning, and having fun along the way.

    Ms. Hodko has played with various orchestras throughout Southern California including: San Diego Chamber Orchestra, San Bernardino Symphony, California Chamber Orchestra, San Diego City Ballet Orchestra, and Strauss Symphony of America which included performances at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

    Ms. Hodko did Post-Bachalaureate study at the Cleveland Institute of Music under the tutelage of the Cleveland Orchestra's Principal 2nd Violinist, Stephen Rose. In addition, she worked with Los Angeles Philharmonic's Associate Concertmaster Nathan Cole, and Rosetti String Quartet's 1st Violinist, Henry Gronnier at the Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles. She completed a Bachelor's of Music in Violin Performance under the tutelage of San Diego Symphony's Violinist, Hernan Constantino at San Diego State University School of Music. Other teachers include Dr. E


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