Chamber Music Program Coordinator, Violin, Strings in Schools
Nicholas Zannoni is a charismatic violinist and music educator based in the Upper Valley. He provides string instruction to students of all ages and abilities, conducts and coaches various ensembles, and creates opportunities for his community to connect musically with each other through chamber music.
Nicholas completed two Bachelor’s Degrees in Music Education and Violin Performance from the Hartt School of Music while studying with Anton Miller, and a Masters Degree in Music Education with a concentration in Violin while studying with Elizabeth Chang. He is trained in Suzuki Violin books 1-4, as well as being a certified k-12 music teacher. Nicholas has spent the past decade inspiring both Suzuki and traditional students to improve their musicianship and technical abilities. His students have been accepted to All-State and New England Music Festivals. In addition to his private studio, Nicholas coordinates chamber music and conducts youth orchestras at UVMC, and also directs the string program at the Ray School in Hanover, NH. Nic enjoys performing a wide variety of musical styles from chamber music to jazz.