Miss. Alexandria M. Mueller

Viola, Violin Teacher

Alexandria Mueller

SAA Member


Roseville, MN
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Alexandria Mueller holds a BA in Music from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where she majored in music with an emphasis on composition and Suzuki pedagogy. She began studying composition with Dr. Charles Rochester Young in 2007 and has composed extensively for string orchestra, wind band and choir. She has had works performed by ensembles of all ages and abilities. Mueller received first place in the Kenwood Symphony (Minneapolis, MN) composition contest and won the UW-Stevens Point Music Department’s Wind Ensemble Composition Contest. She has been commissioned by the Stevens Point Area Public School District, the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership, and the UWSP faculty chamber ensemble Trio Canna. Mueller recently received first place in a regional orchestra composition competition hosted by the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and had several of her pieces published. For the past three years, Mueller has served a Teaching Artist in the Very Young Composers’ Project, a project that invites fourth and fifth grade students to create their own music. As a Teaching Artist, Mueller has had the opportunity to collaborate with the creator of the Very Young Composers’ Project, Jon Deak, from the New York Philharmonic. Mueller studied violin and viola with David Becker and viola with Dee Martz while attending the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. She has training as a Suzuki teacher on both violin and viola. She received her violin teacher training from Pat D’Ercole, Director of the Aber Suzuki Center. She completed viola teacher training courses at the American Suzuki Institute with Julia Hardie. Mueller has been teaching private lessons since 2008 and has experience working with students ages 4 through adult.