Teaching in Matsumoto

Teaching in Matsumoto

Ed Kreitman teaching in Matsumoto.

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Heidi Curatolo

Heidi Curatolo is the founder and director of the Suzuki Violin and Piano Institute of Aspen. She currently has 50 students from 5- adults studying violin and piano. Heidi is passionate about being a life long learner and enjoys working with students and their parents, performing, studying teaching philosophy and psychology and traveling around the world to observe and participate in various Suzuki programs.Most recently she attended the 16th World Suzuki Convention in Matsumoto, Japan,The European Teacher’s 5th X-Change in Remscheid, Germany-where she studied with Kerstin Wartberg, author of the Step By Step books and The Costa Rica Suzuki Fest’2014 -where she enjoyed accompanying, observing classes, and spending time with esteemed colleagues. Heidi looks forward to continuing to learn each day and is excited to share her passion for learning and music with other students in her hometown and around the world.

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