Violin & Viola Instructor
Bachelors of Performance, University of Michigan
Masters of Music Education, University of Akron
SAA Registered Training
Every Child Can!
Teaching From The Inside Out
Violin Unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Christia Chambers made her orchestral debut at Carnegie Hall in 2008. A graduate with honors in Viola Performance at the University of Michigan, Mrs. Chambers received her Master’s Degree in Music Education from the University of Akron with honors as well. She is the recipient of numerous competition awards and scholarships. Besides being a grand prize winner of the prestigious Tuesday Musical Scholarship Performance Competition, she was awarded the Arden J. Yockey Scholarship for Strings, the Winifred Collins Scholarship for Music Education and was a James B. Angell Scholar. A lifelong musician, beginning violin at the age of four, Mrs. Chambers is passionate about music education. She has dedicated herself to the pursuit of serious string pedagogy and has been a violin instructor for over 10 years. In addition to her large studio of students in Music City Strings Academy, Mrs. Chambers has also been a workshop clinician for the Suzuki Talent Education Program - Birmingham in Birmingham, Alabama and a faculty member of the South Carolina Suzuki Institute at the University of South Carolina in Aiken, South Carolina. She has been an active member of the Nashville Area Music Teachers Association since 2016 where her students regularly participate in the state and local performance auditions. Mrs. Chambers has had three category winners in the Young Artist Achievement Awards competition and is currently the chair for the annual Fall Fest event.