Ms. Breana Bauman

Violin Teacher

Breana Bauman

SAA Member


North Chelmsford, MA
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Breana Bauman believes in creating and funding equitable opportunities for children to study music with highly trained teachers. As the Founder and Director of Cambridge Suzuki School of Music, an anti-racist program, she believes in coaching families in communication and consistency, to create the diversity, inclusion, and emergence that will make our world a better place for everyone.

Breana values Prioritizing Personal Excellence and Nurturing High Achievers, over perfectionism. She has processes in place to inspire motivation and love for music. During the summer, Breana is faculty at Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Breana enjoys gardening, cycling, and sailing. She practices SuJo Method to manage previous violin-related injuries.

Breana holds performance degrees from Boston University, Cleveland Institute of Music (performance and Suzuki) and Oberlin Conservatory. Performance studies were with Bayla Keyes, Malcolm Lowe, Steve Rose, Roger Chase and Kyung Sun Lee. Breana is an avid chamber musician and enthusiastic concertmaster, who led regularly as a fellow at Tanglewood Music Center in MA and was even reviewed in the New York Times!

Suzuki Pedagogy Studies were with with Kimberly Meier-Sims, Christophe Bossuat (Director of the European Suzuki Association), and multiple professional development courses with Ed Spunger, SAA SPA course with David Madsen, Music Mind Games with Michiko Yurko, and Growing Equitable Music Studios (GEMS) with Clara Hardie.

Breana served as vice-president and website guru for Suzuki:MA, a chapter affiliate of the SAA. Previously, she taught for Ed Kreitman at the Western Springs School of Talent Education, as well as ChiME and the Merit School of Music in Chicago.

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