Lovancy Ingram: Music
Lovancy Ingram began playing the violin at age three and ever since then, she has enjoyed sharing her love of music with others. Originally a student of classical violin who studied with Quincy Meeks, Gloria Stearns-Bruner, and Phyllis Fleming, Lovancy has also branched out into contemporary improvisation.
Ms. Ingram has performed with a number of groups including the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Music Ministry, The Pan-American Symphony Orchestra, Spirit Jazz and Improv Ensemble, the DC Concert Orchestra, and D.C. Strings. She has served as assistant concertmaster with the University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra and as concertmaster of D.C. Strings. In addition, Ms. Ingram enjoys teaching children and adults. She holds a graduate degree in education from Teachers College, Columbia University and is a Suzuki teacher registered with the Suzuki Association of the Americas.