photo by: Josh Huskin

 

Mylyn Grace Ramos is a Filipino-American violinist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Following her 1st place win at Kollaboration Houston 2012, Ramos established her presence in the Asian-American/Asian Pacific Islander entertainment community. Now as a marquee performer, Ramos enjoys performing on national and international circuits attributed to the signature blend of her classical music training, passion for genuine hip-hop, and her biggest influence: the deep love of her Filipino culture.

Beginning formal violin studies at 8 years old, Ramos quickly developed an insatiable love for both her instrument and the music that emanated from it. It is not surprising that a plethora of influences inspire her playing: from Mozart to mariachi, Beethoven to the Beastie Boys, and everything in between, her eclectic tastes and constant desire to push the performance envelope has helped shape her sound and radiating stage presence.

photo by: Josh HuskinIn addition to an extensive performance schedule, Ramos is dedicated to an active presence as a part-time educator, church musician, and speaker in her community. As a registered Suzuki violin teacher, she has had the pleasure of teaching children and adults of all socio-economic backgrounds, skill levels, and abilities; Ramos is also a frequently contracted clinician and adjudicator for public and private school orchestras, having served at all major school districts in San Antonio.  She has studied music performance at St. Mary’s University, The University of Texas at Austin, and leadership/communication studies at Fort Hays State University; Ramos holds memberships in the SAI Alumnae AssociationTexas Music Educators AssociationSuzuki Association of the Americas, and is a proud Texas Exes Life Member. When not performing, she enjoys reading, cooking, cheering on the San Antonio Spurs, spending time with family, and making people laugh.

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