Ms. Breana Bauman
Breana Bauman is the Founder and Director of Cambridge Suzuki School of Music. Ms. Bauman has a Master’s Degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music in Performance with Steve Rose, and Suzuki Pedagogy with Kimberly Meier-Sims. Additionally, she studied Books 4—6 in France with the Director of the European Suzuki Association, Christophe Bossuat, and completed a Practicuum at Stevens Point with Ed Spunger, child-psychologist and author of “Helping Parents Practice.”
Ms. Bauman serves 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 the Merit School of Music in Chicago and ChiME, formerly known as Suzuki-Orff.
Ms. Bauman holds degrees from Boston University, Cleveland Institute of Music (performance and Suzuki) and Oberlin Conservatory. Performance studies with Bayla Keyes, Malcolm Lowe, Steve Rose, Roger Chase and Kyung Sun Lee. Ms. Bauman is an avid chamber musician and enthusiastic concertmaster. Follow her at www.facebook.com/cambridgesuzuki