Ms. Morganne Aaberg

Violin Teacher

Morganne Aaberg


Bloomington, IN
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Suzuki Certification—The School for Strings (Units 1-8) and Cleveland Institute of Music (Units 1-10)
MM—Cleveland Institute of Music—Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy
BM—Mannes School of Music—Violin Performance
PhD Candidate—Indiana University—Music Education

Morganne Aaberg has been an active Suzuki teacher since 2010, and currently teaches privately in Bloomington, Indiana. Previously, Morganne served on faculty at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Diller-Quaile School of Music, Cuyahoga Community College’s Orchestra Program, Cleveland Institute of Music’s Sato Center for Suzuki Studies, and Indiana University’s String Academy. Morganne has also taught at several summer festivals, including Midsummer Sound (Barrie, Ontario), Young Artists Exchange (Sydney and Adelaide, Australia), and the Meadowmount School of Music (Westport, NY), where she served as teaching assistant to Dr. Ann Setzer (Juilliard/Mannes).

In addition to expertise in private violin lessons and Suzuki group classes, Morganne teaches group musicianship and music theory classes. She has completed Dalcroze teacher training, and has knowledge of the Orff and Kodaly approaches. From 2020-2022, Morganne served as the Associate Instructor for the Elementary General Music Methods course at Indiana University, preparing future K-8 general music teachers.

Morganne serves as Editorial Assistant for the Journal of Research in Music Education, and has presented original research at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, the American String Teachers Association National Conference, the Big Ten Academic Alliance Music Education Conference, and the Oxford Symposium on the History of Music Education. She has published research in the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education and the String Research Journal (in press).