Kathleen Spring holding a violin

Kathleen Spring

Adjunct Faculty

What I do

Adjunct Faculty, Suzuki Violin Pedagogy

Specialization(s)

violin, Suzuki Pedagogy

Professional Biography

Kathleen Spring has been an active violin teacher for over 35 years. At the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music, she teaches Suzuki Violin Pedagogy. Spring also maintains a large studio in the metro Denver area. As a registered Teacher Trainer for the Suzuki Association of the Americas, she teaches both students and adults in numerous summer workshops. Spring is also a long time member of ASTA and received their Outstanding String Educator - Private Studio Award for Washington State in 1996.

Spring holds a master of music degree in violin performance from the Lamont School of music. Former teachers include, among others, Alan Bodman, Eduard Melkus, and James Maurer. Her music passions include playing chamber, teaching violin and Suzuki pedagogy. Her non-music passions are travel, hiking and skiing.

Degree(s)

  • Other, Violin, Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst
  • BA, Violin, Walla Walla University, 1974

Licensure / Accreditations

  • ECC Trainer
  • Teacher Trainer for the SAA

Professional Affiliations

  • American String Teachers Association
  • Suzuki Association of the Americas
  • Suzuki Association of Colorado

Awards

  • ASTA Outstanding String Educator--Private Studio for Washington State, Washington State Chapter of the American String Teachers Association
  • Educational Scholarship, Suzuki Association of the Americas
  • Pi Kappa Lambda Member, Pi Kappa Lambda