Colleen Ferguson

Dr. Colleen Ferguson has been playing and teaching violin nearly all of her life. After earning both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in music from UT Austin, where she was also a faculty member of the UT Austin String Project, Dr. Ferguson taught general music and orchestra in the El Paso, TX public schools and also played professionally as a member of several orchestras in the El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM area. An enthusiastic teacher of students of all ages, she has completed numerous teacher-training courses with the Suzuki Association of the Americas and has given a number of presentations at the annual American String Teachers Association National Conferences across the United States as well as presenting at the Biennial Suzuki Association of the Americas Conference. Dr. Ferguson is currently an active teacher and performer in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids areas.

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