Having grown up in a musical family with her mother a professional violinist, Hallie Chandola has been exposed to the joys of music since childhood. She learned how to play Suzuki piano at the age of three, and later percussion and string instruments from when she was six years old. In high school she joined the band playing flute. She graduated as a music performance major from Interlochen Arts Academy and afterwards went to Prague Conservatory and Czech Budweis Conservatory and played with the Prague Film Orchestra under the direction of Jiri Korynta, excelling in her performance career. She learned about the Suzuki Method in Europe, which led to becoming a teacher at Unison World School in Dehradun, India for the Flutes and Strings classes in grades 3-12. In 2012 she moved with her family to Tampa, FL, where she balances her performance career with her thriving private studio, as well as homeschooling and enjoying making music with her three young children.

As of September 1st, 2021, Hallie Chandola DBA Hallie's Studio is a

registered teacher and active member of the following:

  • Registered teacher of the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SSA) for the following:

    • Every Child Can

    • Unit 1

    • Unit 2

    • Unit 3

    • Unit 4

    • Unit 7

    • Unit 9

    • Unit 11

  • Step Up for Students' Family Empowerment Scholarship (Formerly Gardiner) provider

  • Music Teacher's National Association (MTNA)

  • Florida Music Teacher's Association

  • Tampa Music Teacher's Association

  • District 9 Chapter Music Teacher's Association

  • Florida Flute Association

  • Registered contractor with Hillsborough County Schools SBE/W/MBE

    • Director and coordinator for the approved lines of business

      • Private and Group Music Lessons for Flute and Violin

      • After-school Group Music Classes



Suzuki Association of the America's Profile Page for Hallie Chandola



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