Music ^_^

I love to perform! I come from a musical family, so I gravitated to violin, dance, and musical theater as a kid. Growing up in Chicago allowed me to take advantage of some great performance opportunities, and I’ve been lucky enough to perform in orchestras all over the country as well as dance ensembles and musicals during my youth. I’m trying to stay involved in the performance arts; if you’re in Boston and have suggestions for great ensembles, let me know!

Orchestras and Choirs 

I primarily studied violin under Mr. David L Howard in Chicago. Below, I’m listing all of the ensembles I’ve been in because it’s a small musical world. Some of the coolest musicians in Chicago came through my elementary school, Poe, and Chicago’s All-City Ensembles, both under the direction of my dear teacher Mr. Barry Elmore 🙂

LOL senior picture

LOL senior picture from high school

Boston University All-Campus Orchestra (2016), National Institutes of Health (NIH) Orchestra (2014), Northwestern University Summer Orchestra (2012), National Association of Negro Musicians youth orchestra (2012), WashU Symphony Orchestra (2009-2013), WashU Chamber Ensembles (2009-2013), Orchestrating Diversity– El Sistema St Louis (2010-2014), IMSA Chamber Orchestra (2006-2009), IMSA pit orchestra for “Once Upon a Mattress” (2008), IMSA Gospel choir (2006-2009), IMSA show choir “Off Sullivan” (2008), Chicago Public Schools All-City Symphony Orchestra (2004-2006), Hyde Park Youth Symphony (2005-2006), Chicago Community Chorus (forever, informally), Edgar Allen Poe Classical School choir (5th grade, whenever that was),  Chicago Children’s Chorus (5th-8th grade)


I’ve dabbled in a lot of dance styles including jazz and tap when I was in grade school and Korean pop, bollywood, bhangra, bellydance, and more starting in high school. Below is a playlist of my dances throughout college, some of which I choreographed 🙂


Currently, I dance on my own (alone in my basement mostly) and through my favorite workout spot, ((305)) fitness in Boston and DC!