Dr. Rachael Schlosberg

Violin Teacher

Rachael Schlosberg

SAA Member


Austin, TX
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Rachael Schlosberg started learning the Suzuki method when she was four years old, and her favorite early memories include attending the Suzuki Strings Institute in Ottawa, Kansas every summer. Rachael earned her Doctorate and Masters in Violin Performance from Boston University under the guidance of Bayla Keyes and Peter Zazofsky. She was on faculty at All Newton Music School from 2014-2016 and served as the Suzuki Department Coordinator. Throughout her graduate studies, Rachael taught individual lessons and coached chamber music at Boston University. As a teaching assistant for the BU’s Music Education department, Rachael developed and taught an instrumental intensive course. Rachael received her Bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University, where she studied with Connie Heard and won the Vanderbilt Concerto Competition in 2010. Her other mentors include Tiberius Klausner, James Buswell, and Jackie Lee. Rachael has attended Aspen Music Festival (2013), Madeline Island Music Festival (2014) and the Garth Newel Music Center (2014).

As a member of the Fairway String Quartet, Rachael attended the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, Virginia Tech’s Intensive String Quartet Seminar, and the McGill International String Quartet Academy, studying with members of the Tokyo, Artis, Juilliard, Vermeer and Audubon quartets.

Rachael earned her Suzuki certification at Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music. With over a decade of teaching experience, Rachael is constantly learning from her students. She prides herself on tailoring her approach to fit each individual student and their different learning styles and interests. Rachael is currently teaching remotely and accepting new students.