Harmony Violin Studio
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Angela Schlessman has been teaching the violin since 1993 in the Mechanicsburg, PA area. She opened an additional studio in Adams County in 2011. At 3 ½ years old she began her studies under Hwa Sun Loh later switching to Pam deWall Wiley. By age 7 she set her goal to be a violin teacher. Not wavering from her decision she started teacher training at age 15 knowing she would have to repeat those classes because she was not yet 18. She started teaching at age 16. She continues to further her education each year to bring fresh ideas, techniques and approaches to her studios. Her teachers have been the top teacher trainers in the Suzuki method; Joan Krzywicki, Liz Arbus, Martha Shackford, Elizabeth Stuen-Walker, Marilyn O’Boyle, Ronda Cole, Sharon Miller, Thomas Wermuth, Nancy Jackson and Roger Stieg. Angela is a registered teacher with SAA (Suzuki Associations of the Americas) and has taken training from ECC (Every Child Can) through book 7. 


She was also introduced to the O’Connor Method at its inception in 2009. She has taken training courses in this method. Her studio families enjoy the variety of music she offers in her studio. Angela is always looking for ways to further her education for herself and her students.
Other accomplishments:
Angela received the Liberace award in 1986, played with the Harrisburg Symphony during their early years of children concert series under the direction of Pam deWall Wiley, played three seasons with Messiah College orchestra in 1998-2000, played with Vince Gill at his Hershey Christmas performance in 1998, served 6 years on the board of CPSA (Central Pennsylvania Suzuki Association), served 6 years on the board of HAFSC (Harrisburg Area Flute and Strings Chapter), served 2 years as Vice President, and 2 years as President also for HAFSC. Angela also performed and/or assisted 19 years with the Forum Concert in Harrisburg, PA. She served as director for the Forum Concert for 3 years. The Forum Concert was a large concert involving students who came together from area studios in Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Adams counties.