Megan Titensor

Cello Teacher

Megan Titensor

SAA Member

Contact

Seattle, WA
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www.MeganTitensor.com

Megan Titensor is an influential cellist and devoted teacher based in Seattle, Washington. Previously, she taught in a Suzuki-based program in Cusco, Peru (Asociación Qantu) in addition to building her own individual programs in Salt Lake City, UT and Boulder, CO, and collaborating with Longmont Suzuki Strings.

Megan has been invited to teach at many Suzuki institutes and workshops including the International Suzuki Festival (Peru), Live Arts Festival (Mexico), Intermountain Suzuki String Institute (UT), National Cello Institute (CA), Bryce Canyon Music Camp (UT), and DFW-WOW Suzuki Institute (TX).

Additionally, Megan has served in many administrative and leadership roles within the Suzuki community. For the Suzuki Association of Utah, she was the Cello Vice President during her tenure 2012-2015. She was responsible for planning all cello events, enhancing the cello graduation system, and connecting cello teachers and students within Utah. She also served on the Cello Committee for the Intermountain Suzuki String Institute from 2015-2017. At a national level, Megan was involved with the 2014 SAA Conference team, has authored several articles for the American Suzuki Journal, and has also been a presenter at the 2014 SAA Conference and Parents as Partners Online 2013, 2017.

Megan holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Cello Performance and is an active freelance cellist. As soloist, she was invited as guest artist at the Biennial Cello Festival in Lima, Peru. As an orchestral musician, Megan has played for Ballet West, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, and the Fort Collins Symphony. She has extensive experience in the recording industry, recording for Warner Brothers, PlatinumLab, and MT Pit Broadway Productions. An avid collaborator, Megan has performed chamber music with many small ensembles. She is also an accomplished pianist.

Megan spends her leisure time on skis, on a bicycle, or climbing rocks. She is a seasoned traveler and regulates her intense wanderlust by reading many books, exploring new trails, and cooking up exotic food.