Irene Senent (BMus)
Irene Senent has played the violin since age eight. With a Bachelor’s degree from Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Aragón (Spain), she has over 12 years of experience in teaching violin at all levels to a variety of age groups. Having trained at the British Suzuki Institute, she believes that the Suzuki method can help students develop a strong foundation in technical and oral aspects of music. She has performed throughout South America and is experienced in the fields of orchestra and chamber music. Internationally recognized performers with whom she has been privileged to play include Krystian Zimerman or Vadim Replin.
Ms Senet believes that musical ability being not an inborn talent but an ability that can be acquired, any child has unlimited potential.
Listen to the performance from the 10th Anniversary Gala Concert:
“Night Club 1960” by Astor Piazzolla
Irene Senent (violin)
Joel Thomson (guitar)