Wellington Elementary School’s Fine Arts Academy recently announced that Joshua Lennox has joined the program as the second music teacher on campus.
Lennox will be teaching violin to kindergarten, first and second graders. He graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a bachelor’s degree in music education in May.
Lennox grew up in Wrentham, Mass., where he began playing the violin at the age of 12. He played in his high school chamber orchestra and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Summer Philharmonic.
Lennox now lives in West Palm Beach, where he enjoys playing with the Palm Beach Atlantic Symphony and other small string groups, as well as occasional community bands in the area, where he also plays the French horn. Lennox teaches violin at the university’s preparatory department and summer academy.
Lennox is excited to be part of the inception of the Wellington Elementary Fine Arts Academy, as well as bringing the beautiful sounds of the violin to the younger students. His enthusiasm, energy and love of music is apparent when you meet him.
ABOVE: Joshua Lennox