Ms. Morganne Aaberg

Violin Teacher

Morganne Aaberg

SAA Member


Indianapolis, IN
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MM- Cleveland Institute of Music—Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy
BM—Mannes School of Music
Suzuki Certification—The School for Strings/Cleveland Institute of Music

Previously on faculty at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Diller-Quaile School of Music, Cuyahoga Community College’s Orchestra Program, and Cleveland Institute of Music’s Sato Center for Suzuki Studies, Morganne Aaberg is currently accepting new students in Indianapolis, IN, where she recently moved with her husband. She has taught at several summer festivals, including Midsummer Sound (Barrie, Ontario) and the Meadowmount School of Music (Westport, NY), where she served as teaching assistant to Dr. Ann Setzer (Juilliard/Mannes). In addition to her extensive experience in the Suzuki Method, Morganne’s teaching is also informed by her training in string pedagogy with Dr. Ann Setzer (Juilliard/Mannes), Mimi Zweig, and Dr. Brenda Brenner (both of Indiana University), and experience in the Dalcroze and Orff approaches. Morganne specializes in private violin instruction, group violin classes, and group music literacy classes.

An avid chamber performer, Morganne cofounded the multidisciplinary performance group Artists By Any Other Name. She has appeared in recitals across the US, and as an orchestral musician in renown venues such as Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall.

In fall 2019 Morganne will begin a PhD program in music education at Indiana University. Through further studies, she aims to answer questions about embodied cognition in music literacy and the development of facility string players.

Supplementary pedagogical training:

~Music Mind Games Unit 1, a music theory teacher training taught and developed by Michiko Yurko
~String Pedagogy, a graduate level class taught by Dr. Ann Setzer
~Indiana University’s Violin and Viola Retreat directed by Mimi Zweig
~Dalcroze: Principals and Practices, a graduate level teacher training course taught by Dr. Ruth Alperson at the Diller-Quaile School of Music.
~Singing Through the Grades, a workshop for music teachers of general music classes in the Waldorf Schools. Presented by Eleanor Winslip at the Center for Anthroposophy in Wilton, New Hampshire.
~Elements of Music, a graduate-level teacher training course offered at Diller-Quaile. This course provides insight in the teaching approaches of Dalcroze, Kodaly, Orff, Suzuki, as well as school founders Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile.