AreaSchool of Music
DM in Violin Performance, Florida State University
MM in Violin Performance, Texas Tech University
BM in Music Education, Wayland Baptist University
Violin Pedagogy, String Pedagogy
Dr. Jennifer Morgan Clyde performs and teaches in the Athens and North Georgia areas. She has given solo performances for the 117th Congress’ Republican Conference and for the 117th Congress’ Republican Freshmen in Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol. She currently serves as Principal Second for the Toccoa Symphony Orchestra (GA) and plays with the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra (GA). She has soloed with the Plainview Symphony Orchestra (TX), and has played for Brightstone Productions (GA), Opera in the Ozarks (AR), Panama City Pops Orchestra (FL), Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (TX), and Plainview Symphony Orchestra (TX). She is a founding member of the Truett McConnell University Faculty Piano Trio. Jennifer’s teaching experience includes serving as adjunct violin, viola, string methods, and string orchestra instructor at Truett McConnell University (current), founding and teaching the Athens Homeschool Strings and the Dawsonville Homeschool Strings (current), working as a teaching assistant at Florida State University, serving as adjunct strings instructor at Wayland Baptist University, coaching sectionals and chamber music for Tallahassee Youth Orchestras and Lubbock Youth Symphony Orchestra, teaching strings classes at Plainview Christian Academy, and teaching privately. She was co-founder and co-director for the Tallahassee Homeschool String Orchestra program in Tallahassee, Florida. She holds a BM in music education from Wayland Baptist University, an MM in violin performance from Texas Tech University, and a DM in violin performance with a specialized study in music theory from Florida State University. Jennifer has studied with Corinne Stillwell, John Gilbert, Cynthia Scully and Martha Perez.