Masters, Holy Apostles College
Nick Sungenis began playing the violin on the east coast in 2001. He has a strong Classical music background of studying with private teachers since then through various schools and orchestras, including the Levine School of Music, the Cumberland Valley School of Music, Shepherd University and Providence College. His degrees are in philosophy, with a special focus on the philosophy of music in his graduate studies at Holy Apostles College. He has taught philosophy as well as music since his graduation from Providence, through his graduate program, and enjoys both contemplating and teaching about the connections between music, virtue, and happiness.
Nick has taught students who have won competitions at Peabody Conservatory and Carnegie Hall, and is very grateful for the opportunity to cultivate the love of music in his students. When not teaching lessons, Nick is a school teacher as well as a musician for weddings and many other events in the DFW area. Nick also plays at a variety of religious events for youth as well as young adults around Texas, country, and even in Europe; he especially enjoys playing with Dave & Lauren Moore within CMI: Catholic Music Initiative, with The Vigil Project, and also other state and national venues.
Nick enjoys teaching music because he believes it is the best way for students, especially youth, to learn about life, being disciplined, having joy, and sharing love through artistic expression.
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