Ms. Marla C. Majett

Cello, Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher

Marla Majett

SAA Member


Atlanta, GA
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Marla Majett is a freelance cellist and teacher in the Atlanta, Georgia devoted to using music as a way to enrich lives and bring people together. This effort is most reflected through her role as Executive Director of the Kulea Music Institute. She has an active cello studio in Atlanta and hosts annual cello workshops and recitals.  Her students perform in a wide variety of outreach initiatives and public venues around Georgia. 

As an advocate of the Suzuki Method, Ms. Majett was one of the founding members of the Suzuki Association of Georgia and currently serves as its president.  She has also served as the Co-Chair for the Suzuki Association of the Americas’ Advisory Committee on Race and was the contributing editor to the American Suzuki Journal, Summer 2020—an edition which championed the accomplishments and contributions of people of African descent in the Suzuki movement.

Ms. Majett regularly performs with the Colour of Music Virtuosi, Sage String Quartet and can also be found in jam sessions around Atlanta playing fiddle music. Ms. Majett holds a dual bachelor’s degree in music and history from Furman University. She also enjoys gardening, yoga and learning to cook with her new husband.