Carol Waldvogel

Carol Waldvogel

Carol Waldvogel is the director/founder of North Shore Suzuki Strings in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She holds a MME from the University of Colorado where she worked with William Starr, a renowned Suzuki pedagogue, whom was instrumental in introducing the Suzuki method in the United States. She also has a BME from Illinois State University. Carol was a founding member of the Suzuki Association of Wisconsin and is a former member of the board of directors of the Suzuki Association of the Americas.

Carol received the Byron Hester Outstanding Faculty Award in 2004 in Colorado and was the recipient of the Suzuki Chair award in 2009 in Wisconsin. In 2016, the Suzuki Association of Wisconsin honored Carol with the Sensei Award for “Leadership and Caring.” Carol has been a guest clinician at many Suzuki workshops and Suzuki summer institutes throughout the United States and Mexico.

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International Ensembles Concert

September 1, 2012 by Sandra Payton, Carol Waldvogel

International Ensembles committee members Carol Waldvogel and Sandra Payton had a great time attending to the needs of the three groups chosen to perform at the International Ensembles Concert on Saturday night. Harpeth Suzuki Strings (Franklin, Tennessee), Concorde Strings (Guelph,… Read more ▶

International Ensembles Concert Sunday Night Finale Event

September 21, 2010 by May Ing, Carol Waldvogel

The International Ensembles Committee of Carol Waldvogel and May Ing kicked into high gear on Sunday, May 30, overseeing the needs of Cellisimo, Allegro!!! and Noah Krauss. The first performance was the Piano Concerto Competition winner, Noah Krauss. Noah was superbly… Read more ▶

Aurora Suzuki Violins A Model of Effective Leadership in the Suzuki Community

November 1, 2006 by Carol Waldvogel

The Creating Learning Community awards are designed, in part, to celebrate significant contributions by individuals. This particular award recognizes a person who has worked for the development and expansion of the Suzuki learning community. Stan Smith is an ideal example… Read more ▶

A Challenge for Suzuki Teachers

A Challenge for Suzuki Teachers

Developing the Fine Art of Practicing

Developing the Fine Art of Practicing


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