Anne Brennand
4685 13th Street, Boulder CO, 80304
Instruments: Cello, Ear Training, Early Music, Suzuki Method, Theory
Styles: Classical
Levels: Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $50 / hr
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Personal Statement
Hello. I am a Suzuki teacher living in Boulder, CO. I have a varied background in classical music. My forefathers were also adept classical musicians.

It is with interpersonal search that I came to embrace the Suzuki way of learning. This profoundly affected me, about how we learn not only music, but in general, who we are as people, how we learn. Music is so close to our hearts, and so very distinct as an emotional language. I have invested in this Suzuki way of life.
Education / Training
Early life lessons, pre-college:teachers: Charles Brennand, Raymond Davis. Seattle Youth Symphony under Vilem Sokol

Preprofessional Montessori experience and training.

Degree programs: Cal Arts, Bachelor of music/Ronald Leonard, Robert Martin, cello teachers.
CU Boulder, Master of Music/Judith Glyde cello, Denes Koromzy chamber music, William Starr, Suzuki methodology.

Post college: Ann Marie Morgan, baroque cello and viol. Various summer programs: Banff Chamber Music, Suzuki certification study summer institutes through Book 3, and note reading.


I am considering taking lessons. Please contact me with further information. Thank you.
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