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Megan Bowker (Violin)

Megan Bowker is an instructor of violin at Michigan State University's Community Music School.  She completed her bachelor's degree in music performance at MSU in 2012, studying violin under Dr. Walter Verdehr and pedagogy under Dr. Judy Palac.  She has performed with the Lansing Symphony Orchestra and Jackson Symphony Orchestra, and is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) and the American String Teachers' Association (ASTA).

A Lansing native, she has been involved with CMS for over fifteen years, first as a student, and now as a teacher.  Miss Bowker is trained in the Suzuki program, and offers private lessons in both Suzuki and traditional settings.  In addition, she teaches beginning violin group class, Fiddle for Kids, and at the summer strings camp.  She loves fiddle music just as much as classical music, and enjoys exposing her students to the wide range of styles within the violin's repertoire.

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