Judy Seaton (violin) graduated from Duquesne University with a B.S. in Music Education, with additional studies in string pedagogy at the University of Wisconsin and New England Conservatory. Her primary violin and pedagogy teachers include Richard Goldner, Raymond Montoni, Mimi Zweig, Mimi Bravar, and Marylou Speaker Churchill. With her husband David, Judy co-directed the Pittsfield Community Music School (Mass.) and taught violin, viola, recorder, and Orff-Kodaly classes. She joined the CCMS faculty in 1984 as its first String Department chair, teaching violin, viola, and ensembles. A member of the St. Paul’s School music faculty for more than 20 years, Judy has performed with the NH Philharmonic, the Concord Chorale, Manchester Choral Society, and Lakes Region Symphony.