The Arts Innovation Center is pleased to welcome our newest faculty member Violinist Aurora Sidor.
Aurora brings 14 years of musical experience on the violin. In 2019, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Violin Performance at the University of New Hampshire. She has been a member of the New Hampshire Philharmonic for 3 years.
When not performing violin, Aurora enjoys arranging and composing her own music, combining her classical training with her love for modern music. Two such pieces include works for violin and piano: Disney’s “Let it Go” and Madonna’s “Frozen” compilation and also an arrangement of Metallica’s “Fade to Black”. Her penchant for melding contemporary music with the discipline of teaching student orchestral players is one aspect of her teaching technique she is pleased to develop at the Arts Innovation Center.
Aurora wishes to share her musical knowledge and passion in hopes of sparking inspiration in others.
We are excited to have Aurora share her skills and hard work with us at the AIC" says founder Scott M. Graves. "We take great pains to develop faculty that offer innovation and creativity to their students and to offer the opportunity to young professionals like Aurora to really work as educators at the most challenging level possible".
The Arts Innovation Center is unique among arts education institutions in the Merrimack Valley for its multi-disciplinary approach as well as its reputation as a home for artist entrepreneurs and educators looking for opportunities to stretch their capabilities.