Joachim Woitun

Joachim Woitun

“Joachim Woitun studied cello, theory and music history at the Richard Strauss Conservatory and the Hochschule für Musik in Munich. He moved to the USA in 1987 to continue his studies with Michael Flaksman, Stephen Kates and Barbara Mallow-Stein, earning degrees from Eastern Washington University and Queens College of The City University of New York. Mr. Woitun’s teaching credentials include a two-year Suzuki teacher training course at The School for Strings in New York, as well as participation in the Margaret Rowell Seminar at the San Francisco Music Conservatory. While studying string pedagogy with Nicholas Anderson, he has made as in-depth study of the teaching principles of the legendary Margaret Rowell. Mr. Woitun was featured as a soloist with the Sinfonieorchester Kurt Graunke in Munich as well as with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with members of the Vermeer String Quartet, and given numerous sonata and chamber music recitals in the tristate area of New York and beyond. Mr. Woitun maintains an active teaching studio in New York, and he teaches strings classes and chamber music at the Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, New York. He has been on the faculty of Summerkeys since 2007.”

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