Maria D. Dresselhaus

Violin Teacher

Maria Dresselhaus

SAA Member

Contact

Louisville, CO
303-513-0893
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I love connecting with students through the joy of playing and making music with others. I am a firm believer in the benefits of music education which not only include skill in the art of music, but also the development of essential life habits and attitudes such as confidence, self-esteem and delayed gratification. As music students grow, they take music with them wherever they go and deepen their social connections to other people and the community at large.

I became interested in the Suzuki Method when my daughters participated in a local Suzuki program. I witnessed firsthand the benefits and effectiveness of the Suzuki method and decided to incorporate it into my teaching approach by pursuing the Suzuki Pedagogy Certification at DU.

Education and Experience
Master of Music in Violin, Yale University
Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Concentration in Violin, The State University of New York (SUNY)
Suzuki Pedagogy Certification at the University of Denver (in progress)

Violin Study with Syoko Aki, Emmanuel Vardi, Margaret Pardee, and Dwight Dyer
Intensive chamber music coaching with the Tokyo String Quartet and the American String Quartet
Member of numerous musical productions, including the National Repertory Orchestra as well as community and festival orchestras
Parent of two Suzuki trained musicians (violin and ‘cello)

Contact Maria Dresselhaus
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“It is in our power to educate all the children of the world to become a little better as people, a little happier.”
-Shinichi Suzuki, Nurtured by Love: The Classic Approach to Talent Education