Miloradovitch, Hazelle

Miloradovitch, Hazelle

Education and Background

Hazelle Miloradovitch earned her Bachelor of Music with Distinction from Eastman School and her Master of Arts with major in music from Stanford University.

Hazelle is currently Principal Violist, Livermore-Amador Symphony, and formerly Concert Master of the Livermore-Amador Symphony and Stanford University Symphony Orchestra. She makes frequent appearances in chamber music ensembles and as recital accompanist.

Hazelle is an instructor of harpsichord, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA; a lecturer in viola de gamba, Stanford University, University of CA, Davis; and teaches at Lone Mountain College, San Francisco. She has been a string evaluator for the Music Teachers’ Association of California (MTAC) Certificate of Merit program for many years. Hazelle has more than 50 years private teaching experience on the Peninsula for all age. She has international experience teaching in viola de gamba for the Viola de Gamba Society of Great Britain and conducting summer chamber music workshops in France for the Federation Sportive et Culturelle de France.

Hazelle has been teaching private lessons in violin, viola and piano at CSMA since 1987.

Teaching Philosophy

“To make a lasting friendship with every student who comes to my door in the hopes that they will always enjoy music throughout their lives.”