We Are Suzuki

We all want to make a difference in the world around us, and Suzuki helped me realize from a very young age the power of my own voice in the world. By developing skills beyond music, such as compassion, encouragement, determination, perseverance, focus, and goal-setting, Suzuki helped prepare me to positively impact the community around me. Anything is possible and EVERY CHILD CAN! Now I am privileged to pass the Suzuki vision and mission on to many students, audiences, and friends and continue my support of the SAA in their Boulder, Colorado office!

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Whitney Reagan Kelley

Flutist Whitney Kelley is praised for her innovative performances and pedagogical methods which have inspired audiences across the country. Acclaimed for her “considerable technique” by the Winston-Salem Journal, she has appeared as soloist in numerous orchestral and recital settings. Whitney currently serves as piccoloist with the Denver Philharmonic and performs as a member of the Airde Ensemble, a woodwind sextet based in Boulder, Colorado. An avid teacher and researcher, her latest research projects have focused on the psychology of music learning, development and teaching and have been received with great interest across the music field both nationally and internationally. Whitney additionally serves as president of the Colorado Flute Association and staffs Summer Institutes and Chapter Affiliates for the Suzuki Association of the Americas. She received her D.M.A. in Flute Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Colorado with Christina Jennings. For more information, visit www.whitneykelley.com.

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