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Teaching

Susannah completed her string pedagogy training at Northwestern University. She has a decade of experience teaching violin, viola, chamber music, and music theory to students of all levels, ages three through seventy. In addition to her private studio, she currently serves on the faculty of the Cambridge Music Consortium and the Dana Hall School of Music. Previously, she taught at Northwestern University's Music Academy and the People's Music School in Chicago, and worked extensively with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras' Intensive Community Program. Her teaching draws from the Suzuki, Rolland, and traditional methods, with particular emphasis on body awareness, balance, and ease of movement, informed by her study of the Feldenkrais Method and the Alexander Technique.

Susannah is currently accepting new students to her studios in Cambridge and Wellesley. For more information, or to arrange a trial lesson, please complete the contact form or email susannah.foster@gmail.com.