Teacher Profile: Jennifer Jeon

Jennifer Jeon

Jennifer Jeon

Instrument(s): Piano, Violin

City: Seattle

Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University- Bachelor in Music

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    About Jennifer Jeon

    Born and raised in Washington, Jennifer began her violin studies at the age of nine. She would begin her practice with Jan Coleman until the seventh grade, and continue with Simon James throughout high school. During the summer of 2014 and 2015, Jennifer studied with Gerado Ribeiro at the Meadowmount School of Music. She would then spend the next four years studying with Professor Keng-Yuen Tseng at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins in Baltimore.

    Jennifer began teaching from the summer of 2016 within her local community. She quickly grew very fond of teaching, and since then, she continued to teach her students from Washington during the summer until she graduated music school. Jennifer would also perform chamber music and solo repertoire in senior living centers in both Issaquah and Baltimore.

    Jennifer has been fortunate to receive masterclasses from Brian Lewis, Paul Kantor, Amy Schwartz Moretti, Nicholas Mann, and Mimi Zweig. Having the privilege to work with many different musicians and professors has helped shape and inspire Jennifer into the teacher she is today. Additionally, her students have also taught her valuable input that continues to motivate Jennifer to become a better teacher and musician each day. Along with the violin, Jennifer enjoys painting, making earrings, cooking, studying languages, writing, reading, watching movies, and rocking out to Patti Smith. She very much enjoyed her time taking oil painting with Professor Gruber at Johns Hopkins. Jennifer is also fluent in Korean.

    Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University- Bachelor in Music

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