Victoria Gobble

Instructor - Violin

Biography:

Victoria Gobble has more than 17 years of playing and performing experience. She is a member of the George Mason Symphony Orchestra and chamber ensembles. She is also the principal second violinist of the Mason Symphony Orchestra, a scholarship-held position. Her sophomore year at Mason, she received the Clifton Women’s Club Scholarship due to her academic and performing abilities. In December 2019, Ms. Gobble has announced the Honorable Mention in the George Mason University School of Music Concerto Competition. She has performed at Spivey Hall, The Rialto Center for the Arts, Kennedy Center, Hylton Performing Arts Center, the British Embassy, and many more. Ms. Gobble has performed masterclasses with violinists such as Gregory Fulkerson from NYU, Rene Jolles from Eastman School of Music, Sibbi Bernhardsson from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and Kimberly Fisher who is the principal second of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Ms. Gobble is an active performer and private teacher in the Washington, D.C. metro area. She has taught violin and viola since 2018 with beginner to advanced students ranging in age from 4 to 67. She also has been trained in all Suzuki Method levels and teaching in a group setting. Ms. Gobble also uses solo repertoire outside of the Suzuki Method, along with scale and etude studies. She also enjoys teaching students music of female, minority, and contemporary composers. Ms. Gobble has been trained intensively in pedagogy courses during her time at George Mason University and has been in the professional teaching world for several years. She is passionate about training the next generation of musicians and music educators and wants to empower all her students to achieve and make a difference.

Ms. Gobble is a graduating senior at George Mason University, pursuing violin performance with a minor in pedagogy, studying under June Huang. She is dedicated and passionate about music, violin, and teaching. Music has always been a part of her life, and she wishes to spread the joy that it is has brought her to others.

Contact:

Please email academy@gmu.edu or call 703-993-9889 for more information.