- Identity lock down
- Metamorphosis for introverts
- Music therapy is like a healing ointment
- Be aware of the why
- Failure is like a commercial before the main event
- “The Perfect Wrong Note” by William Westney
From an early age, Anjoli took up the violin due to her love of listening to Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.” Anjoli’s passion for music and the arts led her to be accepted at the prestigious Meadowmount School of Music and study at Shenandoah Conservatory. Throughout her career, she has performed at venues such as: Sandler Center for The Performing Arts, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Most recently in 2020, she participated in the largest online virtual orchestral recording of Mozart’s Magic Flute Overture with L.O.V.E. Project 2020. She currently plays First Violin with Symphonicity and has a leadership position on their Board of Directors and Education/Outreach Committee. In addition to music, she has an affinity for music business, law, and hypnosis. She is furthering her education by studying Music Business at Berklee College of Music and with her husband who has his own Hypnotherapy Practice in Virginia Beach, VA.