Angela Pulliam Since 2021 Beginning violin at the age of 5, Angela came from a very musical family where music was a part of everyday life. Angela developed a love of music and playing violin during high school while having the opportunity to play with different orchestras and small ensemble groups which developed her love of playing with others and collaborating to make great music. From there she got her bachelor’s degree in violin performance and a few years later decided to continue her education and received her master’s degree in violin performance from Butler University in Indianapolis. While in school at Butler, Angela continued to teach and perform throughout the Indy area including playing with the Carmel Symphony, Anderson Symphony, and playing as Concertmaster for the Hendricks Symphony Orchestra. She had the privilege of being concertmaster as well of the Butler symphony orchestra while completing her master’s degree. Angela continues to be able to play with many different orchestras in the Indianapolis area and loves being able to play with many of the great musicians in her community. Angela discovered her love of teaching at the age of 14 when she began to teach her first students. After completing her bachelor’s degree, she began to build her studio and pursue music and teaching full-time, teaching students from beginner to advanced. Angela loves to help each student grow in their love of music and tries to make learning fun and adventurous as each student strives to achieve their goals, while also building a solid foundation for their playing and a broader understanding of music .