|Member Since:||June 29, 2020|
|Last Visit:||March 17, 2021|
She is one of two teachers who began Nashville Symphony's "One Note One Neighborhood" Suzuki violin program through the W.O. Smith School from 2009-2015.
2009-2020 Anna Lisa served as secretary and also a general member of the Middle Tennessee Suzuki Association.
2002 - 2007 when she moved to Nashville to join the Nashville Symphony, she also taught Suzuki violin in Franklin with Jeanette Long at the former Franklin Suzuki School and at the East Nashville Center for the Creative Arts (2003).
Since 2002 she continues to teach many students from her home in East Nashville.
Her Suzuki training includes courses with Edward Kreitman, author of "Teaching from the Balance Point", Michele George (Suzuki Book 1), Rebecca Sandrok (Suzuki Book 2), and Ronda Cole (Suzuki Books 3, 4 and Overview Books 1-6). She also studied Suzuki violin as a child with Carol Dallinger at the University of Evansville.
Since 2010 she has been in the Eastwood Ensemble Chamber Music Group. She has also joined other members of the Nashville Symphony to teach and perform throughout Nashville.
Anna Lisa has a Master's degree in Music Performance from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor's degree in Music Education and Performance from Oberlin Conservatory. She studied Violin Performance under Paul Kantor, Roland Vamos and Almita Vamos.