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Can teach both Suzuki Method, along with Traditional Methods.+
Rachael Bodek was brought into her musical world in July of 1987. She had begun her life of music even before she was released from the womb. She developed to Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky and many other composers along with jazz and other artists.
Rachael started out on piano when she was only five years old. When she got to the ripe age of eight she came home with a paper from the schools orchestra teacher to play the violin. This was the beginning of what her whole life would evolve around.
She engulfed herself into this instrument through tough years of her life growing up. The violin gave her comfort and peace in herself. She involved herself in community orchestras around her Chester County home. The best musicians' in the suburban counties taught her. She learned a lot of different styles of playing.
While growing up, Rachael was classically trained. She was taught Suzuki, which is learning by ear. She enhanced this teaching through playing solos before her church, and other small venues. After she graduated from high school she went onto furthering her education by going to community college. At Delaware County Community College she studied teaching for secondary level. After three years of little music in her life she decided it was time to challenge herself and move into the residency of a university. Rachael attended West Chester University, only to find that Music education was a little more than a challenge. She went back the following year to Delaware County for her associates degree in Secondary education. Rachael is currently studying at Immaculata University and proceeding to a degree in Musical Performance.
Rachael has played with variety of artists from all genres of the music world. She has played with classical to showtune groups to rock bands, to even doing some solo music of her own. She has collected two beautiful instruments through her musical journey. The first and most treasured violin was made by a local violin maker in Ardmore. Her second violin is becoming more and more closer to her each day. It is a handmade electric violin from Vietnam that was created with an inlay if pearly designed shell and has a unique design only she has.
She plays for weddings and is always up for new ideas and different sounds. She awaits you to help her extend in her experience through music and hopes that what the reader has learned about her can better your search for talent.