Mrs. Esther Tiedemann
A California native, Esther Tiedemann is a cum laude graduate of Concordia College, Seward, NE with a B.S. in Education (music major) and a summa cum laude graduate of Troy University, AL with a B.S. in Business Administration (accounting major).
She has a lifelong love of participating in choral and instrumental music at her church and in the community. For over 30 years she has taught K-12 vocal and instrumental music and directed choirs in churches and schools in CA, TX, NY, and FL. In the Florida Panhandle (2005-2014), she has performed as a violinist with three orchestras.
Mrs. Tiedemann also plays flute, folk guitar, and handbells. In addition, she sang for seven years with the 24 voice Okaloosa [FL] Chamber Singers and was frequently featured as a soprano soloist.
Esther Tiedemann is an AF (retired) wife now living in Magalia, CA to be closer to her parents in their “golden years.” After years of struggling to find a tall neck chin rest for her own playing, she offers custom chin rest fitting help for students. Mrs. Tiedemann teaches both traditional and Suzuki students and is registered for violin Books 1, 2, and 3. She currently teaches for Strings in Schools, Paradise, The Wright Keys Academy of Musical Arts, Chico, and maintains a private studio. She is a violinist with the Paradise Symphony and sits on the Board of Directors. She is also a member of the North Valley Chamber Chorale, Chico and directs the choir at her church.