Ms. Anna Salmon

Piano, Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher

Anna Salmon


Madison, CT
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A native of Guilford, CT, Anna Salmon received a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Ithaca College and a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma. During her time at OU, Anna was a graduate teaching fellow and a recipient of both the Frieda Derdeyn Bambas Piano Award and the Martha M. Boucher Piano Scholarship. She was chosen by the School of Music for the Provost’s Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year. She studied piano pedagogy with Dr. Jane Magrath, Dr. Barbara Fast, and Dr. Deborah Martin, and her studio teachers include Dr. Jeongwon Ham and Phiroze Mehta. She has done Suzuki training with Mary Craig Powell, Rita Hauck, Fay Adams, and Lynn McCall. Anna was on the piano faculty at the Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas for six years. She maintained an independent piano studio for five years in Denver, CO, where she was the staff accompanist for Suzuki Strings of Denver and taught Suzuki Early Childhood Education with Vanessa Vari.
She served as the vice president and president of the Suzuki Association of Colorado. She currently resides in Madison, CT.

She has collaborated on presentations at state and national MTNA conferences on topics such as Technology in the Music Classroom and Liszt for the Advancing High School Pianist. She presented at the SAA national conference on Note Reading Literature to Supplement the Suzuki Piano Method.