No. 0: INTRODUCTION

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No. 0: INTRODUCTION - CELLO TEACHING OF SUSAN MOSES

Welcome to Teaching the Cello with Susan Moses at the Jacobs School of Music String Academy. Susan has developed the thriving String Academy cello program over the last 20 years. Her students can be found concertizing, playing in major orchestras and teaching throughout the world. She has the unique gift of teaching the basic foundation to cellists concurrently with developing the artist in each student. This introduction gives you a glimpse into her magnetic energy as she speaks about her own development and the inspirations she derived from her teachers.

Susan Moses is Co-Director of the String Academy and has been leading the cello department of the Indiana University String Academy since 1996. Ms. Moses earned her degrees with the highest honors at Indiana and Yale Universities before completing her studies at the Jascha Heifetz-Gregor Piatigorsky Master Classes at the University of Southern California. She was awarded a Ford Foundation Prize and has performed throughout the world in recital, with orchestra and as the solo violoncellist of the celebrated I SOLISTI VENETI. She has taught for Boston University and the Conservatoires Regionales de France and founded the Chicago String Trio, which was awarded a special Prize by the University of Milan for outstanding contributions in chamber music. In addition, she has been on the Oberlin College faculty. She records for ERATO and CONCERTO and was nominated for a Grand Prix du Disque. Ms. Moses was recognized by the University of Padua for her outstanding research on the school of Giuseppe Tartini in the 1700s. 
She also created a special music program for Trinity College’s Italian Elderhostel, where she is principal lecturer and performer. Her students are performing and teaching throughout the world. In January 2015, Susan Moses was awarded the Outstanding String Teacher of the Year Award by the Indiana American String Teachers Association.

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