Suzuki Practice Video: Star Spangled Banner, Part 1
Practice Video: Star Spangled Banner Part 1
Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Suzuki faculty member, Natalie Stawarski, plays Star Spangled Banner (Part 1) for violin and viola.
Natalie Stawarski joined the Conservatory in 2017, serving as a member of the violin faculty. Teaching for 9 years, Natalie became trained in Suzuki violin up to book 8 under Vera McCoy Sulentic. An active musician, she has participated and performed in various classical, bluegrass, and free improv ensembles as well as doing work within the recording studio at Millikin University. In 2014, Ms. Stawarski had the honor in performing at the International Chamber Music Festival in Kyustendil, Bulgaria. Natalie holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from Millikin University, where she studied under Georgia Hornbacker. She then went on to study with Dr. Sarah Gentry at Illinois State University while pursuing a master’s degree. Natalie furthered her education by going to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville where she became trained in Suzuki and continued to study violin under Dr. Lenora Anop.
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