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Elaine Wisniewski – Suzuki Violin, Violin, Viola

Elaine Wisniewski

Elaine Wisniewski joined the Wyoming Fine Arts Center in June 2016. An active teacher over the last 9 years, Elaine has taught at Music Notes Academy, Montclair State University Preparatory Center for the Arts, and Franklin Township Suzuki Program.

Ms. Wisniewski graduated from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville in 2016 with a Masters in Suzuki Pedagogy. She also holds a Masters in Viola Performance from Rutgers University where she studied with Craig Mumm, Associate Principal Violist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Elaine completed her Bachelor of Music Education degree at Montclair State University where she was also president of the American String Teachers Association chapter.

An active performer, Elaine Wisniewski has performed with the Garden State Opera, the Tim Keyes Consort, the Freelance Ensemble Artists of New Jersey, the Livingston Symphony Orchestra, and the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis. During the summers Elaine has participated in Stokes Forest Music Camp, ASTA’s Chamber Music Institute, and Meadowmount School of Music. She has also performed for Patricia McCarty, Jeffrey Irvine, Sheila Brown, Karen Ritscher, Chris Tantillo, and the Shanghai Quartet in masterclasses.

Originally from New Jersey, Ms. Wisniewski has been taken all over the country through her music adventures. In 2015 she attended a Violin Craftsmanship Institute where she learned to repair instruments and rehair bows. In May 2016 she relocated to Ohio to join the Cincinnati Music Academy faculty and the Wyoming Fine Arts Center.

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Alexander Technique Workshop 5/21

Got tension? Aches and pains?

Want to loosen up? Join us for an Alexander Technique Workshop with Shellie Cash, ATI certified instructor! For musicians and performance artists alike! Reduce pain, tension, gain freedom and ease of movement, and gain outcomes that reflect mindfulness and intentionality.

When: Sunday, May 21, 9 am – 5 pm (or 1/2 session in the AM 9-12:15 or PM 1:15 – 5)

Where: Wyoming Fine Arts Center Ballroom, 322 Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, OH 45215

Who: Singers, Musicians, Artists, Dancers, anyone who wants to improve body movement. **Ages 15 – 70.

Cost: $60 for the day | $40 half-day

$13.50 additional for lunch provided by Gabby’s Cafe.

**Ask about our Arts Educator and university student discounts (group rates available)

 

Call Claire at 513-948-1900 with any questions! Register below, call to register, or email us at registrar@musicartdance.org.

To learn more about the Alexander Technique and about Shellie Cash please visit www.ShellieCash.com

Shellie Cash is an accomplished Alexander Technique teacher and coach whose mission is to help others discover greater fulfillment and sustainability in their professional and personal journeys. For over 20 years, she has helped countless people address a wide range of life challenges and realize significantly higher levels of performance and functioning. Shellie assists them in learning to “undo” habitual patterns of moving and thinking that limit performance, thereby allowing higher capability to emerge. From business executives seeking greater leadership impact to performing artists desiring effortless yet dynamic performance quality, the utility of Alexander Technique is far-reaching.

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Registration with Lunch option is now closed. You may still walk down to Gabby’s or call in a pick-up from their regular menu.

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To Register for FULL DAY WITHOUT LUNCH – $60:

To register, enter the number of spots you would like to reserve and click on “Add To Cart”

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To Register for HALF DAY WITHOUT LUNCH – $40 (we’ll call you for am 9-12:15 or pm 1:15-5):

To register, enter the number of spots you would like to reserve and click on “Add To Cart”


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