Jenny Hull graduated from Wheaton College with a Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies in Psychology in August 2015. She started on the piano at the age of 3 and violin at age 8. She has studied with teachers including Dr. Lee Joiner and Ann Montzka-Smelser. As a student, Jenny competed in competitions, such as the Mendelssohn Performing Arts Center’s Chandler Starr Miller Scholarship Competition where she received the Emma Green Memorial Award, and in the Illinois Valley Symphony Orchestra’s Concerto Competition, where she placed first and soloed with the orchestra.
Jenny has a passion to share music with others. Whether she’s playing at her church or teaching students, Jenny seeks out opportunities to share the musical experience with others. She is a member of the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra in Dekalb. In her teaching, she uses the Suzuki Method and emphasizes fluidity in movement, as well as relaxation. Music theory and ear training are important aspects of music learning and are integrated into each lesson. When she’s not teaching or playing in orchestra, Jenny can be found reading a book, going on long bike rides and relaxing with friends.