Danielle Lewis

Violin Teacher

Danielle Lewis

SAA Member


New York, NY
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Danielle Lewis holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Utah and a Bachelor of Music degree from Brigham Young University, both in Violin Performance. In 2018, she completed a Certificate in Suzuki Pedagogy at the University of Denver.  

A native of Las Vegas, Danielle began her violin studies as a Suzuki student at age five, studying with Terilyn Taylor and Mary Straub. Now with almost a decade of teaching experience, she teaches her students the Suzuki method and has received extensive teacher training from pedagogues Kathleen Spring, Patricia D’Ercole, Allen Lieb and Denise Willey.

An avid performer, Danielle was a member of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra for four seasons and freelanced in the greater Denver area before moving to New York. She has also played with the Mount Olympus Honors String Quartet, the O.C. Tanner Honors String Quartet and the BYU Honors String Quartet. Her teachers include Linda Wang, Ralph Matson, Barbara Williams, Monte Belknap and Mary Straub. Along with her collegiate training, Danielle attended the Aspen Summer Music Festival and placed three times in the Southwest Division of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Young Artist Strings competition.