Edison Moreno
Teaching Artist

BM, Texas Christian University, violín performance
MM, University of Texas at Arlington, Music Education (May 2018)

Edinson Moreno was born and raised in Cali, Colombia; Edinson began taking violin lessons at the age of 9 and piano lessons at the age of 10 at the Arboledas Music Academy in Colombia. He has taught violin over the past 11.

Before Edinson moved to the United States, he studied Violin Performance at the conservatory of Cali, Colombia. In addition, Edinson taught violin in several foundations in Colombia including: Fundarboledas, Notas de Paz, SIDOC, and Trinity School music.

Edinson holds a Bachelor degree in Violin Performance from the Texas Christian University and now he is pursuing a Master degree in Music Education at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a violin associated of the Irving Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonic of Irving, Plano Symphony Orchestra, San Angelo Symphony Orchestra, Texarkana Symphony Orchestra, and South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Edinson has attended the Suzuki Institute at Beaver Creek, Colorado, achieving Teacher Training certificates in 8 books of the Suzuki method for violin.

Edinson is so excited to continue being part of the B Sharp Program!