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Alumni Spotlight: Lynne Denig

Lynne Denig playing violinGraduation Year: 


Bachelor of Music in Violin



Why did you choose to attend WVU?

The violin teacher who was there was my private teacher in high school, and I wanted to continue with him. The full, Board of Regents Scholarship clinched it!

What is your profession now?

Denig Violin and Viola Studio and Custom Chinrest Fitting

Lynne Denig working with a student

What is your most interesting current/upcoming project?

Leading the Paul Rolland String Pedagogy Society's Certification Committee, presenting at Rolland String Pedagogy Workshops, and serving as a mentor to candidates in Rolland Pedagogy Training.

How do you feel WVU and the College of Creative Arts prepared you for your career? 

My interest in pedagogy stems from the detailed training I received while at WVU.

If you could give one piece of advice to incoming or current students in WVU's College of Creative Arts, what would it be? 

Lynne Denig teaching virtually

Follow your passion while keeping your eyes open for side interests. For a metaphor: Your passion is the superstructure on which outside influences will lay the substance of your life.