Walk the Hills, Crawl if Necessary

American Suzuki Journal 45.3

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 45.3. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 2017 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Karen Kubin

Karen Bjork Kubin has lived life on all three sides of the Suzuki triangle. She grew up in the Suzuki program at MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis, studying violin with her father, Mark Bjork. She holds a B.M. in violin performance from UW-Madison, studying with Vartan Manoogian, and a M.M. in performance from Northwestern University, studying with Gerardo Ribeiro. Past teacher trainers include Mark Bjork, Craig Timmerman, Alan Lieb, and Alice Joy Lewis. She has taught in the pre-college music programs at DePaul University and Wheaton College, and with the Copper Country Suzuki Association in Houghton, Michigan and was founder and director of The Violin Project in Kirksville Missouri. Currently she maintains a private studio and conducts the Kirskville Community String Orchestra. The mother of two Suzuki violinists and a singer, Mrs. Kubin writes about the intersection of the arts, education, and life at http://www.kbkubin.blogspot.com.

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