Marjory Serrano began teaching at LCDS in 2013. An accomplished orchestral and chamber musician, she began violin studies at the Aragua Symphony Foundation in Venezuela. At Shenandoah University, she earned a Masters Degree in Violin and an Artist Diploma in String Quartet Studies. She also received her Doctor of Musical Arts in Violin Performance from Catholic University. Marjory served as principal second violin at the Idyllwild Arts Music Festival under the baton of Larry Livingston, and also performed at the Castleton Festival under the baton of then-New York Philharmonic conductor Lorin Maazel. She has performed at such renowned venues as Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Dr. Serrano holds an adjunct faculty position in violin at Frederick (Maryland) Community College. She is Concertmaster of the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Greater Washington (PACO), and she also performs with the Apollo Orchestra and the American Festival Pops Orchestra in the Washington, D.C. area.