Stacy Smith

Stacy Smith

Stacy Smith is the Faculty & Artistic Director of the Intermountain Suzuki String Institute, and is the Suzuki Program Director at the Gifted Music School in Salt Lake City, Utah. Stacy served as president of the Suzuki Association of Utah, has taught at institutes and workshops across the country, presented at state, national, and international conventions, and is a frequent contributor to the Journal of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Stacy has a degree in Violin Performance, and has completed Suzuki Training with Edmund Sprunger, Jeanne Grover, Linda Fiore, Carey Beth Hockett, Cathy Lee, Mark Mutter, and others. In 2018, Stacy was awarded the SAA’s Certificate of Achievement, an award given to recognize teachers with a commitment to excellence and life-long learning. She maintains a studio of 30 violin students and is raising five musical children, all of whom have provided her most in-depth teacher training.

Suzuki Teacher Suzuki Mom Finding Joy and Balance on Two Sides of the Triangle

Suzuki Teacher, Suzuki Mom: Finding Joy and Balance on Two Sides of the Triangle

News from the Suzuki Association of Utah

November 1, 2016 by Stacy Smith

When I took over as President of the Suzuki Association of Utah (SAU) in June of 2016, I knew I had a big job ahead of me. Our chapter is large, both in terms of membership and geography. We are… Read more ▶

Conferences and Retreats We Need You

September 18, 2013 by Stacy Smith

As a first-time attendee, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I’m now convinced that planning to attend SAA events the weekend before Memorial Day for professional development is one of the best things I can do, both for myself and for my teaching. Read more ▶


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