Music has always been apart of my life. Since the moment I could hear I have been surrounded by symphony's. When I was little I use to play around with a little toy piano and make rich melodies that I sometimes took when ever I heard it on TV. I thought nothing of it at the time, but now I know what help start my passion for music. Starting in the 4rd grade I played in the elementary school band. I played the flute and surprisingly I didn't find myself really liking. My cousin soon passed her violin down to me that next year, and she taught me some of the basics. From the moment I pulled the bow across the strings, I knew I was set. From then on I was determined on becoming the best violinist in the world. It wasn't till I started middle school however, that I was able to take private lessons for my violin. Along with those lessons I took Suzuki lessons with Elisabeth Burton. I joined the orchestra of my middle school and the district symphony. With these lessons, programs, and my dedication to practice, it had made it possible for me to achieve a step towards my goal. That step was being accepted into the West Jordan high school and CopperHills High school chamber orchestra. Along with all this violin stuff I had picked up the clarinet in my 8th grade year, because I started late I decided to join the high school marching band to improve my techniques. With these improvements and thanks to all the support, and my dedication, I am in the West Jordan High School Wind Ensamble, a traveling group just like the chamber orchestra. Where I stand now is a Junior in High School. I play in the Chamber orchestra, Wind Ensamble, marching band, drumline, and honors Symphony. My goal is still to become the best violinist in the world, with a added addition of being a music conductor, and teacher. I wish to teach to students who wish to find their passion in music and help achieve their own goals as well.