Sue received her B.A. in cello performance from University of California Santa Barbara, Certificate of Attendance from Ecole des BeauxArts, Fontainebleau FR (summer) and has completed Suzuki training in Book 1-2.
Performance and Teaching Experience
An active musician, Sue has performed with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, Alexandria Symphony, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, National Gallery Orchestra, Concert Artists of Baltimore, PostClassical Ensemble, Wolf Trap Orchestras, and at the National Theatre, Hippodrome Theatre-Baltimore, Lyric Opera House, for Presidential Inaugurations and Balls, and a European touring orchestra for West Side Story.
Sue is currently adjunct cello instructor at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA and the music librarian for the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra.
Sue has been on the Levine faculty since 1994 teaching private traditional and Suzuki cello lessons and cello ensembles.
“Levine offers faculty complete support for ideas and activities concerning students; and they never give up trying to improve conditions for us.”
Teaching Philosophy and Approach
“As a teacher, I assess the level and interests of my students correctly so the consequent method of presentation of material will result in happy and encouraged learning. I have my students learn one item at a time, review instruction often and perform regularly.”