Suzanne Greer joined MacPhail’s Individual Instruction, Group, and Suzuki piano faculty in 2019. With over 25 years of teaching experience, she served as an adjunct piano instructor at both North Hennepin Community College and Anoka-Ramsey Community College and operated a home teaching studio.
Suzanne believes strongly in Dr. Suzuki’s philosophy that all children can learn music. She is committed to guiding students to realize their full potential, and inspiring parents to help their children find and nurture the gift of music – a transformative power, through consistent practice.
Suzanne performs regularly on the Artist Series of Thursday Musical. She was an Artist-in-Residence for the Depot Outreach Artist Program in St. Louis County, and a recipient of the Robert Schmitt Professional Development Grant from the Minnesota Music Teachers Association Foundation. She was awarded the Top Music Teacher Award from Steinway and Sons. She currently serves as a Certification Commissioner for the Music Teachers National Association. She has also served as President of the Minnesota Music Teachers Association, Minneapolis Music Teachers Forum and the Suzuki Piano Teachers Guild.
Suzanne holds the Bachelors of Music from St. Olaf College, Masters of Music from the University of Minnesota, and the Certificate in Piano Pedagogy from St. Thomas University.
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