Violin, Honors Chamber


Virgilio received his B.M. in Violin Performance and M.M. Violin Performance from Juilliard School.

Performance and Teaching Experience

Virgilio has been teaching for 25 Years in the Alexandria City Public Schools (Samuel Tucker, Cora Kelly, Lyles Crouch, Mount Vernon, Jefferson Houston, Patrick Henry and Maury). He currently still teaches at Alexandria City Public Schools Instrumental Music and Potomac Crescent Waldorf school.

From 1993-1995 he also taught at Washington Waldorf School and from 1990-2005 he was DCYOP Conductor, violin, viola faculty member.

At Levine

Virgilio joined Levine’s String Department in January 2016. He teaches Beginning, Intermediate, Small Strings at THEARC & Honors’ Chamber Music.

His favorite aspect of being a faculty member at Levine is, “Teachers are treated as the most important part of the organization.”

Teaching Philosophy

“Every Student has the potential to express their humanity, musically based on their experiences and imaginations. I can teach technique and perhaps suggest stylistic and musical interpretations. I do not want students to copy me nor to be influenced by others. My main goal is to guide the student to make their own interpretation.”


Virgilio enjoys skiing, RVing, traveling, hiking, and spending time with his pets (4 dogs and 2 parrots).