In the spring of 2008, Constance graduated from the College of William and Mary with a Bachelor of Arts in Ethnomusicology. At the College, Constance played cello in the Gallery Players, a chamber music ensemble; and for the Sinfonicron Light Opera Company; as well as in the College's Appalachian String Ensemble, the Middle Eastern Music Ensemble, a performance art ensemble, and two country/rock bands.
Constance began playing cello at a young age, and maintains her love for and study of this instrument. Though she is a long-time student of classical cello, she often accompanies her father, a guitarist, when he plays country, blues and American folk musics.
Constance is presently a member of the choir at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in downtown Richmond, and although voice is not her primary instrument, her experience singing in choirs since childhood has contributed greatly to her development as a musician. She also dabbles in guitar, and is slowly picking up the piano and the banjo.