Tommy Wilcox has been playing the violin since 2000. He has studied with multiple instructors, including a member of the National Symphony Orchestra, and the violin professor at James Madison University. He played in the Youth Symphony Orchestras of Prince William, moving to the top orchestra and had the privilege of playing in a competition at Carnegie Hall. His orchestra, Youth Symphony Orchestra, won Gold Medal.
Tommy also gave multiple performances at the Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra. He has played at countless weddings and has even performed with the band “Kansas”. After college, he extensively studied music theory and ear training. His method of teaching is classical, but he also teaches the Suzuki method. He is also able to teach bluegrass fiddle.