Dr. Guan-Ting Ku
Violin, Viola Teacher
Violinist, Guan-Ting Ku, received her D.M.A. from University of Connecticut in 2012 under the supervision of Dr. Theodore Arm and Dr. Eric Rice. Ku also studied Baroque violin with Cynthia Roberts. Ku is active as a soloist, orchestra and chamber music player, chamber music coach, and educator. She has been invited and sponsored to concerts and festivals in New England, Taiwan, France, New Zealand, Japan, and Canada. Guan-Ting studied with Eric Rosenblith at Longy School of Music where she was a Rosanne Kumins Scholarship recipient and received a Masters of Music degree, with a Distinguished Award in 2008. She completed her Bachelors degree at the National Taipei University of Education under the supervision of Prof. I-Chun Hsieh in Taiwan and won the scholarship in Art Performance in 2006. Ku was the violin faculty at the Community School of the Arts at University of Connecticut where she taught Suzuki and non-Suzuki methods in addition to directing string ensembles and at the Pomfret School, CT, in 2009-2012. She has been part of the violin and viola faculty and teaches Suzuki private and group classes at Powers School of Music in Belmont, MA, since 2012.