Maestra de violín
Ashley Lauren Frith is a violist, song writer, facilitator and educator. She is currently the Director of Racial Equity and Belonging at Community MusicWorks in Providence, RI, and core faculty of the LA Philharmonics YOLA National Institute. Focusing on care partnerships, her anti-racism work particularly addresses how racism affects our individual and collective interiority; with an emphasis on how we can enter this work through embodied trauma practice. Ashley’s work is held and supported by a contemplative end of life practice and yogic training, and is driven by deep healing and total liberation for all beings.