Anne Kearney-Looman is an instructor of violin and viola at the Michigan State University Community Music School.
She received her Bachelor of Art from Michigan State University. She is certified in Suzuki violin and viola training, and was awarded a Teacher Training Scholarship by the Suzuki Association of the Americas in 1996.
Ms. Kearney-Looman performed as principle viola in both the Keweenaw and Marquette Symphony Orchestras. She has also performed with the Warren and Traverse City Symphony Orchestras. She is also a member of the Michigan Unit of the American String Teacher’s Association and Director of the Chamber Music Festival.
She has also served as the director for many music programs, including the MSU Suzuki Violin Program and the Center for Creative Studies Institute of Music & Dance. Ms. Kearney-Looman served as the Executive Director of the Copper Country Suzuki Association of Michigan Technological University, was the founding teacher of the Cadillac String Association and has worked with the Okemos Suzuki Program, Keweenaw String Quartet and the Blue Lake Suzuki Family Camp.
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