My name is Ana Tejeda. I was born in Cuba and started my music career in violin and piano at the early age of 6 when I got into the Vocational School of Arts. There, I began to study and got through every level of education in music history, harmony, solfeggio, and theory. I got accepted into the Municipal Conservatory of Havana, where I completed 4 years of a bachelor’s degree. I was very lucky to receive an extensive and thorough education from renowned Cuban and Russian professors in my instrument and an in-depth music theory and art history education. I have developed in numerous classical music styles as well as in Cuban and Latin American Popular Music and performed in many orchestras and ensembles. In 2015, I graduated with honors as a professional violin and piano performer and instructor.
I came to the US in 2016 and since 2017 I have been working as a violin and piano instructor at Groove Music School, where I use the Traditional Method and the Suzuki Method as a base for my personalized lesson plans. I help students reach their personal goals in their school’s orchestra program. I speak English and Spanish fluently, and no matter the age or level, I help my students build a strong foundation of music reading, theory, ear training, and sight-reading while adapting to their personal tastes. I am enthusiastic and passionate about my instrument, and I love sharing that passion with others by all the tools needed so they can reach their full musical potential while having fun in the process