Sarah Bowlin Warren

Violin Teacher

Sarah Bowlin Warren

SAA Member


Gales Ferry, CT
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The Suzuki Method has been a part of Sarah’s life since she was two years old when her older brother began taking Suzuki violin lessons. After listening for several years, Ms. Warren began study herself at the age of five with Suzanne Benson. Later she studied with Dr. Andrew Carlson and Kimberly-Meier sims at the Preucil School of Music in Iowa City, Iowa. Ms. Warren studied Suzuki pedagogy with Kimberly Meier-Sims, director of the SATO Center for Suzuki Studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music, and has attended several Suzuki workshops and institutes as both a student and a teacher.

Ms. Warren holds a Master of Music degree in Violin from Arizona State University where she studied with Danwen Jiang. Ms. Warren has performed with the Champaign-Urbana Symphony, Opera Illinois, Phoenix Opera, Ballet Arizona, and Chamber Music Quad Cities. In addition to the violin, Ms. Warren is a trained Soprano, and greatly enjoys studying the intersection of the voice, breath, and the violin. In 2005, she premiered a piece written for her by composer Wes Alexander entitled Canto, which is written for Soprano Violinist. She can also be heard singing on the album, Funktasia, on Centaur Records.

Ms. Warren also holds a Master of Science degree in Academic Advising from Kansas State University, and enjoys helping students create life goals and explore the world of learning, academia, and careers.

Ms. Warren currently teaches violin in the Hartt Community Division at the University of Hartford.