Hannah Frey

Hannah Frey

Hannah Frey lives in St. Louis where she is an active performer and teacher. Currently she has a private studio in St Louis and teaches at Washington University of St Louis and at Lindenwood University. She is Concertmaster of the Winter Opera St. Louis Orchestra and a member of the Perseid String Quartet. Previously she was concertmaster of the Mansfield Symphony and principal second of the Canton Symphony. She also spent several years as a member of the Charlotte Symphony. Hannah received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Music degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music with Linda Cerone and William Preucil. She has taken Suzuki Teacher Training with Rudy Hazucha, Carol Smith, Vera McCoy-Sulentic, and Susan Kempter and has attended Indiana University’s Retreat for Violin and Viola Teachers with Mimi Zweig.

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Making Tone a Priority

June 1, 2009 by Hannah Frey

“Tone has a living soul without form.” We have all heard this quote by Dr. Suzuki, but what does it mean? Think of an electronic keyboard, one that has many different instrument settings. Have you listened to the violin setting? A keyboard… Read more ▶


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