Megan Ramirez

Megan began her violin studies at age 10 at Sartartia Middle School under the direction of Ann Victor and Sophia Hsieh. A fast learner, she progressed through the orchestras eventually making it to the top orchestra and served as assistant concertmaster. After her tenure at Sartartia Middle School, she began studying violin with Virtuosi alumni Michele Gunn-Solimon. Megan currently attends William B. Travis High School under the direction Sabrina Behrens. While serving as a member of the Travis Symphony Orchestra, she had the opportunity of sitting first chair in the first and second violin sections as well as being a soloist. While participating in Virtuosi, her goal is to increase her ensemble skills and musicality. In addition to her musical pursuits, Megan is a high academic achiever, receiving the Academic Excellence award. She is also a part of the Science National Honor Society and the Tri-M Music National Honor Society. Outside of music, neuroscience is a topic that interests Megan and she hopes to become a neurosurgeon one day. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite piece is Jupiter, from The Planets, by Gustav Holst.