Jeremy Dittus

Jeremy Dittus

Jeremy Dittus Jeremy Dittus enjoys a career as a pianist, theorist, and Dalcroze Education Specialist. An avid recitalist, he has performed solo and chamber programs and presented Dalcroze masterclasses throughout the United States, Europe and South East Asia. He currently directs the Dalcroze School of the Music and Movement Dalcroze Academy teacher-training center in Dallas, TX, teaches at Hope College in Holland, MI, and serves on le Collège de l’Institut Jaques-Dalcroze.

Dr. Dittus is the founder and director of the Dalcroze School of Music and Movement (formerly the Dalcroze School of the Rockies) in Dallas, Texas, and he chairs the Dalcroze Musicianship program at the Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas. He has published books on Dalcroze Education: Embodying Music and Moving Sound (textbooks used towards Dalcroze certification and licensure), along with ten books that correspond to the Eurhythmics, Rhythmic-Solfège, and Advanced Dalcroze youth programs in place at the DSM, SMID, and other programs around North America.

Complementary Rhythms Dalcroze and Suzuki Pedagogy

Complementary Rhythms: Dalcroze and Suzuki Pedagogy

Since 2000, I’ve enjoyed a long relationship with the method created by Shin’ichi Suzuki (1898–1998). First as a collaborative pianist, working with students and faculty at the Wyoming String Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio, then at the same institution creating Dalcroze-inspired… Read more ▶

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