Julie Schreiner – Suzuki Violin


Julie Schreiner earned her B. M. from Lawrence University, her M. M. from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and her Performer’s Certificate from Northern Illinois University. Her primary teachers include Anthony Devroye, Korey Konkol, and Matthew Michelic. She has studied and performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, including performances in Bejing, China, and Vienna, Austria. She has also studied with Tobias Lee, the principal of the Vienna Philharmonic, the Avalon Quartet, and members of the Vermeer Quartet. Miss Schreiner has participated in numerous summer festivals including the Hot Springs Music Festival, in Arkansas. Miss Schreiner currently has an active freelance performance and teaching career, in the Chicago area.

Miss Schreiner is an active member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and is a registered instructor for Violin Books 1-5. Her teacher trainers include Kathy Wood and Ann Montzka-Smelser. She has also studied pedagogy with Sally O’Reily.

Miss Schreiner is an advocate that anyone can learn to play the violin. She teaches from the Suzuki violin ideal, always working to teach how her students learn best, and making learning fun. She looks to not just teach her students how to play the violin, but to learn, through music, the skills needed to be successful in any aspect of life. She makes sure to include general music, singing, and theory into her lessons. Miss Schreiner believes that a strong musical foundation is important for mastering any instrument.

In her spare time, Julie enjoys crocheting, running with her springer spaniel, and rock climbing.

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