In addition to performing, Ms. Stilp is actively committed to sharing her knowledge and passion of music with tomorrow’s generation of musicians and therefore finds time to maintain an extensive private studio, as well as teaching at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.  Ms. Stilp's students are regularly accepted to the prestigious La Guardia High School of Arts, and in 2012, one of her students was one of six violinists to be accepted that year into the Mark Twain School for the Gifted and Talented, one of New York City's most sought after middle schools.  In 2012, she became a founding teacher in the Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program.  The partnership, in which she is a firm believer, has the goal to set standards in musical education throughout the United States, as they are already widespread throughout Europe and Asia.