Maggie Snow

Violin

Maggie Snow

SAA Member

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Boise, ID

Maggie began playing violin at the age of five as a Suzuki student in Denver, Co. Not long after, her family moved to Boise and she continued playing through high school studying with Paula Stern. She began teaching privately at 12 instructing her students using the Suzuki method.

She attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. studying with the Cyrus Forough.
Maggie transferred to Indiana University where she studied with Frederico Agostini and graduated
with a bachelor’s in performance and sociology from the Jacobs School of Music.

Upon graduation, Maggie moved to New York City where she worked for IMG Artists, LLC., performed
with the Greenwich Village Orchestra, and was in a rock band. Missing the mountains, Maggie went back
to school at Boise State University where she earned her Masters in Violin Performance as Craig Purdy’s
graduate assistant in 2011. She moved to the Denver area in June 2012 from Boston where she was
working at Reuning & Son Violins. Maggie is concertmaster for the Denver Pops Orchestra and assistant concertmaster in the Littleton Symphony.

“The Suzuki program gives children confidence, the opportunity to collaborate with
other students and instills musical and cultural appreciation alongside a sense of
personal achievement. As a teacher and product of the Suzuki program, the benefits
are lifelong and reflected in almost every part of a persons life from childhood onwards.
I’m dedicated to having my students lead a powerful life and the Suzuki program gives
children the tools to succeed in anything they do.”