Ms. Jennifer Louie

Violin Teacher

Jennifer Louie

SAA Member


Tuscaloosa, AL
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The University of Alabama

“Jennifer Louie is an amazing violin teacher”
C.M. Suzuki violin parent)

“You (Ms. Louie) are a fabulous teacher for my daughter” S.M. (Suzuki violin parent)

“Nothing finer than a violin instructor, they are rare and hard to find. It is good we have one in our area with such fine talent to go with the skill.”
Glenn D. Published Author

“Jennifer is skilled and experienced in the music. She is easy to work with”
Teresa H. Violinist/Music Teacher

“Pro Violin Teacher”
Earl Jenkins

Biography-Jennifer Louie
Praised for “professionalism, dedication to the creative music community and reliability” Jennifer Louie is a Registered Suzuki Violin Teacher at The University of Alabama Community Music School’s Suzuki Violin & Piano Program. Ms. Louie has been featured in “American Suzuki Journal,” “American Music Teacher” and “Macaroni Kid Tuscaloosa” and served as a contributor to “Your Next-Gen Private Music Studio” by Mimi Butler, a book discussing private music teaching in the 21st century. Jennifer’s teaching accomplishments include: student placement at Alabama All-State Orchestra-Sinfonia and Consort, Alabama All-Region South Symphony Orchestra, South Chamber Orchestra, South String Orchestra, University of Alabama Campus Orchestra, Tuscaloosa City Schools Strings In Schools, church orchestras and acceptance into undergraduate and graduate music programs. Her students are alumni of Suzuki Institutes worldwide.
Ms. Louie’s recent performances includes performing at the Sakura Festival (Tuscaloosa, AL) Suzuki Violin Play-IN with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra and is completing “Virtual Duets” with members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Louie was a featured guest on Alpha Sigma Tau’s “Tau Talks” featuring women in the arts and performed music at their National Convention.
Other recent performances includes: serving as a leader at Vanderbilt University’s Great Suzuki Play-Down, performance at Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Convention, where Ms. Louie received a Career Enhancement Grant twice to attend the American Suzuki Institute. Ms. Louie has performed as guest conductor with the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra. Jennifer is a section violinist with the Starkville/MSU Symphony, performs frequently with Huntsville and Tuscaloosa Symphonies and has performed with 16 other professional orchestras worldwide. Ms. Louie is a music director/violinist for the five-time WeddingWire Couples Choice Award winner Jennifer Louie Violin & Musicians and was named “Top Performer” by GigSalad and the group’s weddings were featured in People and Alabama Weddings magazines. As a recording artist, Ms. Louie recorded fourteen operettas including “The Mikado,” by Gilbert and Sullivan with the Ohio Light Opera and Albany Records/Operetta Archives.. Her first solo violin album “Snow In Alabama” received an Apple milestone award for the high number of purchases/streams within a 24 hour period.
Ms. Louie holds music degrees from Illinois State and Western Washington Universities cum laude. She is a graduate of the Suzuki Association of the Americas’ Teacher Development Program and In addition to SAA, Jennifer is a life member of National Federation of Music Clubs, Phi Kappa Phi, NAfME, Alabama Music Educators’ Association, Alabama Orchestra Association and Delta Kappa Gamma, ASCAP and a voting member of The Recording Academy. Ms. Louie has received certificates of appreciation from ASTA and The Recording Academy. Her Suzuki teacher trainers include Libby Armour, Rebecca Sandrok, Ed Sprunger, Susan Baer, Teri Einfeldt, Sharon Miller, Roger Steig, Katherine Wood, Carol Dillinger and Ann Smesler. In her spare time, Jennifer loves traveling and spending time with her family.

For details and to schedule a Suzuki lesson observation with your child, which is the first step to joining Ms. Louie’s studio at UA. please email Ms. Jennifer Louie [javascript protected email address] Observations are scheduled on weekday afternoons from August-April annually. [javascript protected email address]