Kiska Schramm received her Master of Music degree in Music Education at the Eastman School of Music in May 2010. At Eastman Kiska had been privileged of studying with Lynn Blakeslee. Zvi Zeitlin also gave her private lessons and chamber group coaching. The primary focus of Kiska’s career is to develop the skills necessary to guide her private students. During her five years in Rochester she also taught twenty private violin students in the community. Kiska enjoyed teaching privately in her home and at the Kanack School of Music in Brighton, New York. At Eastman, Kiska taught Secondary Violin and was a teacher’s assistant for the String Method’s course. Summer music camps are one of Kiska’s favorite teaching events. Summers of 2006, 2007, and 2008 she taught chamber music camps and Celtic Fiddling camps at the Kanack School of Music. In 2005, Kiska received her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from Brigham Young University. Kiska toured Europe several times with the Brigham Young University Chamber orchestra and the Rocky Mountain Camerata among others. Hiking in the Rocky Mountains or Southwestern red rock is also a favorite pastime for Kiska.
Kiska Schramm,
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