Megan Titensor

Megan Titensor

Megan Titensor is an influential cellist and devoted teacher based in Seattle, Washington. Previously, she taught in a Suzuki-based program in Cusco, Peru in addition to building her own programs in Salt Lake City, UT and Boulder, CO.

Megan is sought-after as a clinician and has taught at Suzuki institutes and workshops in Peru, Mexico, UT, CA, TX, MI, NY, and OH. Megan has served in many leadership and administrative roles within the Suzuki community in local chapters and on institute boards. She has been contributor to the American Suzuki Journal and presenter at the SAA Conference and Parents as Partners Online.

Megan holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Cello Performance and is an active freelance cellist. She has extensive experience as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, recording artist, and is also an accomplished pianist.

Megan spends her leisure time on skis, on a bicycle, or climbing rocks with her husband.

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Suzuki Wisdom I Learned from my GPS Navigation System

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Its Not About Review

It’s Not About Review

The Real Magic of the Conference Student Performances

The Real Magic of the Conference: Student Performances

SYOA A Spotlight

SYOA: A Spotlight

Energy. Brilliance. Exuberance. Tone. That is what you can expect to experience at the final concert presented by the Suzuki Youth Orchestras of the Americas at the SAA Conference this May. Read more ▶

ASJ 42.2, page 14

Group Cello Benefit Concert

June 21, 2010 by Megan Titensor

On April 10, many students gathered to play together to benefit the Latin American Suzuki Scholarship Fund. Students played repertoire from Suzuki Books 1-6 in reverse order, beginning with the most advanced students, and adding on younger and younger students.… Read more ▶


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