“As a strings teacher, my objective is to foster an inclusive environment of collaboration and creativity, as well as to employ critical thinking, conscientiousness, and reflection to create unique musical experiences altogether. As a Peruvian California native, I have seen how music can bring people together, allowing barriers, whether they be cultural, socio-economic, or linguistic, to fall away.”
Christian Hoschek, a Peruvian California native, is a violist and music educator. In his youth, Christian played with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Today, his performance career includes symphonic repertoire, chamber music, opera, and contemporary classical music from the 21st century. He also enjoys playing jazz and improvising. Christian has taught at UMass Lowell’s String Project, an inner-city youth string orchestra collaborative, and currently serves on the elementary strings faculty at Waltham Public Schools. He is fluent in Spanish.