Lee Hadden

Lee Hadden

Mr. Hadden received his musical training from Blair School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee and Western Kentucky University, studying with Kathryn Plummer and Dwight Pounds. He has served as Music Director of the Children’s School in California and as Music Coordinator at Creative Arts in Massachusetts. With a strong belief in life-long learning, Mr. Hadden has played in master classes for Karen Tuttle, Kim Kashkashian, Michele LaCourse, Jeffrey Irvine, Karen Ritscher and Carol Rodland. He has studied the Suzuki Method and philosophy with Susan Kempter and Carol Smith as well as long-term Suzuki training with Michele George and Teri Einfeldt. He brings many years of life experience to his teaching and believes in teaching the whole child not just the instrument. He has been a clinician …

La va rpida alxitoen su viaje Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Lee Hadden

  Crecí como estudiante de viola con el método tradicional y tuve la fortuna de haber contado con una excelente maestra de clase mundial desde que tenía diez años hasta que me fui a la universidad a los diecisiete años.  Recuerdo que estaba sentado… Read more ▶

O atalho para o sucesso na jornada Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Lee Hadden

Eu fui um aluno tradicional (não Suzuki) de viola e tive muita sorte de ter um excelente uma professora, de primeira classe, desde os meus dez anos até eu entrar na faculdade, aos dezessete anos de idade. Lembro-me de estar sentado… Read more ▶

The Fast Track to Success on your Suzuki Journey

May 25, 2011 by Lee Hadden

I grew up as a traditional viola student and was very fortunate to have an excellent, world-class teacher from the time I was ten until I left for college at seventeen. Read more ▶


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