Emi Mizobuchi is a violist and music educator from Chapel Hill, NC. Emi earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in viola performance (with an undergraduate minor in Spanish language, and a graduate concentration in eurhythmics pedagogy) from the Cleveland Institute of Music. As a freelance musician, Emi has performed with the North Carolina Symphony, the North Carolina Opera, the Cleveland Opera Theater, the Canton Symphony Orchestra, and more. Emi has studied viola primarily with Kirsten Docter and Stanley Konopka. In the field of education, Emi has worked privately with violin and viola students, assisted with and led classes of eurhythmics and general music studies, and tutored peers in more specific topics such as English conversation and beginning eurhythmics for adults. Emi serves as the co-director of Music for Children’s SCORE program, as well as the Triangle Chamber Academy. With these organizations, she manages scheduling, communications, websites, and social media presences. In teaching and performing, Emi hopes to uplift and broaden the horizons of everyone she encounters; her long-term priority is to contribute positively to a perpetual exchange of culture and information using language, movement, and music.