About Margot Kenagy

Margot Kenagy is a junior at Vanderbilt University from Ridgefield, Connecticut. She is majoring in Music and Political Science and minoring in English. Currently in her sixteenth year studying the violin, Margot is a student of Professor Carolyn Huebl at the Blair School of Music. Previously, she attended the Manhattan School of Music in the Pre-College program and studied with Elizabeth Faidley. Beyond her passion for music, Margot has interest in the fields of journalism, law, and human rights.

Review: Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers soars in Bernstein’s Serenade

The Nashville Symphony, like many successful orchestras across the United States, has tried in recent years to appeal to a broader audience. One common strategy is to simply program concerts more creatively, often with the incorporation of more modern works and less classical and romantic era masterpieces. Therein lies a significant challenge – obtaining an […]

Nashville Concerto Orchestra’s Winter Concert Full of Passion and Meaning

February 18, 2017 was looking to be just another rainy Saturday for most Nashvillians. However, the dreariness outside created just the right mood for the Nashville Concerto Orchestra’s warm and inviting winter concert. The orchestra is an extension of the non-profit organization “Mozart in Nashville,” and is comprised of Nashville musicians of all levels and […]