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Ms. Julie Lyonn Lieberman

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Strings Without Boundaries

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Hello Private Studio Teachers and School String
  • Founder
    American String Summit
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FACULTY BIOs | Strings Without Boundaries, 30 Dec 2014 [cached]
Books/DVDs by Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie Lyonn Lieberman's "Blues Around the World" class's concert for Strings Without Boundaries, a s... Read More Play Video
JULIE LYONN LIEBERMAN HAS helped develop the alternative string field over the last thirty-five+ years through her work as an educator, author, radio producer, composer, recording artist, journalist, and performer.
Julie is the author of eight music books, including The Creative Band and Orchestra, The Contemporary Violinist, 12 Rock Strings Lesson Plans, Improvising Violin, Rockin' Out With Blues Fiddle, You Are Your Instrument, and Planet Musician, and Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum.
Her DVD titles include Alternative String Styles in the Classroom (written and produced for ASTA: American String Teachers Association and NAMM: National Association of Music Merchants); Rhythmizing the Bow; Techniques for the Contemporary String Player; The Violin in Motion; Violin and Viola Ergonomics; and Vocal Aerobics. She authored the "Creative Musicianship" section of the American String Teacher's curriculum book, Standards, Goals, and Learning Sequences for Essential Skills and Knowledge in K-12 String Programs. She is also the author of StringsCentral, an app for iPad.
Julie Lyonn Lieberman was one of the first educators invited by Juilliard to teach improvisation to their students in the L&M Department. A dynamic, participatory workshop leader, her ability to stimulate participants to think and grow in new ways has earned respect for her work throughout the world through organizations and institutions like American String Teachers Association, The Starling-Delay Symposium at Juilliard, European String Teachers Association, National Orchestra Festival, Music Educators Association, International Association of Jazz Educators, Suzuki Institute, National String Workshop, International String Workshop, Django in June, The Juilliard MAP Program, National Young Audiences, the Carnegie Hall LinkUp Program and The Academy (a Carnegie/Weill Hall/Juilliard-sponsored program).
Julie has also created seven hours of programming for National Public Radio on jazz violin (The Talking Violin hosted by Dr. Billy Taylor, and Jazz Profiles: Jazz Violin hosted by Nancy Wilson), and over fifty articles for music magazines, including STRAD, STRINGS, Fiddler Magazine, and American String Teacher Journal.
In addition, Ms. Lieberman produced four American Jazz String Summits in the eighties and nineties featuring many of the top improvising string players in America, and co-produced three alternative string festivals within American String Teachers 2003, 2004, and 2005 conferences, serving as the chair for the 2004 component.
Julie is a D'Addario Elite Clinician and an NS Design performance artist. Her books and DVDs are distributed world-wide by Hal Leonard Publications. She currently has a portfolio of over fifteen string orchestra scores in American and world styles published by Kendor Music and Alfred Publications.
She is the recipient of the 2014 ASTA Kudos Award, over two-dozen ASCAP Plus Awards, and three American String Teachers Association's National Citation for Leadership & Merit awards.
She is currently developing a touring musical theater piece, The Talking Violin Cabaret, and was honored by the Board of ASTA's invitation to compose String Dreams for the opening ceremony at the 2015 American String Teachers Association's Salt Lake City Conference.
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Crane School of Music Welcomes Violinist Julie Lyonn Lieberman Crane School of Music Welcomes Violinist Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Crane School of Music Welcomes Violinist Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Guest Artist Presents Concert Feb. 7 at SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music
POTSDAM, NY (01/25/2013)(readMedia)-- SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music will present a concert featuring guest artist Julie Lyonn Lieberman on violin, on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sara M. Snell Music Theater.
This event is free, and the public is invited to attend.
About the performer:
Julie Lyonn Lieberman is an eclectic styles specialist, a "playing healthy" maven, an improvising violinist, singer, composer, educator, recording artist, author and producer. Formerly on faculty at Juilliard, New York University, the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music and William Paterson College, she is a D'Addario Elite Clinician, a composer and a frequent masterclass clinician.
Lieberman is on the American String Teachers National Curriculum Committee and is the artistic director for the summer program, Strings Without Boundaries. She is the author of eight music books, two National Public Radio series, six DVDs and more than 50 magazine articles. Her national eco-music project, "The Green Anthem," debuted in 2010, offering a free curriculum for music educators. The Music Educators National Conference included the song, "The Green Anthem," in the World's Largest Concert in March 2010, when 6 million students sang the piece.
Lieberman has performed her original music on and off Broadway, throughout the U.S., Canada and in Europe. She has been the composer-in-residence for four seasons at the City Center Manhattan Theatre Club's Writers in Performance series.
STRING TEACHER'S DAY at Lawrence University | Strings Without Boundaries, 30 Dec 2014 [cached]
Books/DVDs by Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie Lyonn Lieberman invites you to attend special sessions designed for string teachers at Lawrence University on Monday, July 27th, 2015. Includes lunch and dinner.
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Julie Lyonn Lieberman is an improvising violinist, singer, composer, educator, recording artist, author, and producer. Formerly on faculty at Juilliard, New York University, and The New School University's Jazz Program, she now teaches privately in her NYC studio. She founded the highly successful American String Summit, and is the author of seven books, including "Blues Fiddle" and "Improvising Violin.
Julie Lyonn Lieberman
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Upcoming Events, 15 Nov 2012 [cached]
Julie is expanding and moving Strings Without Boundaries and is spending most of the Fall coordinating the move, developing a brand new website, and handling all of the logistics that go along with such an incredible expansion.
As a composer, Julie just received her 30th ASCAP award in a row.
Julie teaches at Carnegie/Weill/Juilliard's " The Academy"
Julie has been invited back for a third time to work with the fellows at The Academy - a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute. She will focus on creative musicianship: playing and teaching techniques. Current fellows are graduates of leading music schools including The Curtis Institute of Music, Eastman School of Music, The Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes College, The New School for Music, New England Conservatory, San Francisco Conservatory, Stony Brook University, and Yale School of Music.
February 26th, 2012 Julie will be presenting her "Capturing the Style" master class to area players and teachers from 2 - 4 p.m. at the Amherst, MA Violin Shop, Stamell Stringed Instruments. Bring your instrument!
March 10th, 2012 Julie has been invited to present at the State Music Day in Delaware to introduce the new ASTA Creative Musicianship Curriculum that she developed for ASTA's national curriculum book.
March 23rd, 2012 Julie will be presenting her "Capturing the Style" clinic at the American String Teacher's Conference in Atlanta, GA at 12:15 p.m.
May 2nd, 2012 Julie will be working with area orchestras in Concord, MA
June 24th - 29th, 2012
9th season at Strings Without Boundaries at Duquesne in Pittsburgh, PA 2012. With Matt Turner (rock strings and teacher training), Julie Lyonn Lieberman(Eclectic Styles Teacher Training and fiddle styles from around the world) and newcomers Randy Sabien (jazz strings), Brian Wicklund (bluegrass and American fiddle styles), Kelli Trottier (Celtic), David Rudge (Creative Improvisation), Christian Howes (Creative Strings and Electrics) and Roy Sonne (El Systema).
Ensemble-oriented eclectic styles curriculum including a teacher training track run by Julie.
July 16th, 2012 Julie will work - on her birthday (!) - with PA state string educators at their summer MEA conference.
August 8th, 2012 Julie will work with 50+ Cobb County string educators in the Atlanta area for their inservice day. She will focus on techniques and repertoire for American and world styles.
October 25th and 26th, 2012 Julie will present four clinics in Madison, WI for the Wisconsin State Music Conference. Her trip will be sponsored by NS Design and D'Addario.
December 5 & 6th Julie will be working with a number of orchestras in Decorah, Iowa, culminating in a performance of many of her Alfred and Kendor scores.
- Julie presented three sessions at the Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies May/June 2011 at Juilliard.
By Stephen J. Benham, Mary L. Wagner, Jane Linn Aten, Judith P. Evans, Denese Odegaard, and Julie Lyonn Lieberman
NEW: STRAD article titled "Style Challenge" by Julie Lyonn Lieberman published in March, 2011.
Take advantage of the free lesson plans on tune-writing courtesy of Julie's TUNE-WRITING COMPETITION RUN BY STRINGS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES AND D'ADDARIO BOWED STRINGS.
FREE D'Addario Video Lessons: Julie offers over a dozen video lessons for the D'Addario Bowed Strings site, The Lesson Room. This site offers free lessons on video for all string players and teachers. She has created two series for D'Addario that can be used at home or in the classroom titled: "Capturing the Style" and "Playing Healthy. They have been posted on D'Addario's site and on YouTube.
New DVD: Violin & Viola Ergonomics: Determine the optimum playing position and support for your body type with Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie will be presenting a series of clinics for the Oregon Music Educators Conference in Eugene, OR. Clinic titles include:
Julie will be presenting a series of clinics for the Wyoming All State Conference.
Julie will be working with string students from a number of orchestras in Seattle during a two-day string festival, that will culminate in a concert of her alternative styles scores published by Alfred. She will focus on left- and right-hand techniques for American and world styles, a number of approaches to improvisation, and eclectic styles repertoire. She will also be premiering a new score, an arrangement of the Irish tune, Butterfly, that she has written for levels 3 and 4.
Julie will be presenting two clinics at the 2011 American String Teachers Conference: "Ergonomic Choices to Support the Violin or Viola" based on her new DVD Violin and Viola Ergonomics, and "ASTA National Curriculum: The Creative Track" based on her creative contributions within ASTA's national curriculum committee. Her appearance will be made possible by D'Addario Bowed Strings, Alfred Publishing, and Knilling.
Julie Lyonn Lieberman: Joint and Muscle Physiology: A Walking Tour and An Ergonomic Approach to Practice and Performance, and 21st Century String Pedagogy
The core faculty will include Richard Greene, Martin Norgaard, Matt Turner, and of course, Julie.
Julie will be giving a Playing Healthy clinic for harpists in Bensalem, PA through a program run by Edie Elkan called Bedside Harp.
Julie will be presenting at the PADESTA in-service day. Clinics will include Playing Healthy and Capturing the Style. She will also present a clinic with Stephen Benham based on their contributions to the ASTA National Curriculum book.
October 11th, 2011 Julie will be working with area orchestras in Harrisburg, PA.
November 8th, 2011 Julie will bepresenting at the Rockland County Music Educators Association's Conference. She will present two clinics on creative string teaching.
Julie spent close to two years creating an environmental school program titled The Green Anthem.
Filmed and edited by Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Composed by Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie has been working with a committee chaired by Dr. Stephen Benham 2009/2010 that includes Mary Wagner, Jane Aten, Judy Evans, and Denese Odegaard.
Julie presented a clinic titled " Music Without Boundaries" at the Connecticut Music Educators Association In-Service Conference at the Hartford Convention Center. She was assisted by the string orchestra from Cheshire, CT under the direction of Jan Farrar Royce.
June 27th - July 2nd, 2010 Strings Without Boundaries This summer's eclectic styles string program launched on June 27th and ran through July 2nd. It included bluegrass fiddler Richard Greene (American fiddle styles), Vicki Richards (East Indian techniques and repertoire,) Mary Ann Willis (Eastern European and Gypsy styles), Martin Norgaard (jazz strings), Matt Turner (rock strings), and artistic director Julie Lyonn Lieberman ran the "Blues Around the World" track in addition to the Eclectic Styles Teacher Training ( for its fourth season for credit).
Julie is the Artistic Director for SWB.
December 15 - 18th, 2010 Julie will be presenting her clinic, " Ergonomic Set-Up: Chin- and Shoulder-Rest Choices for Violin/Viola" at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago. Her appearance will be made possible by D'Addario Bowed Strings, Alfred Publishing, and Knilling.
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March 18 and 19 2009 Julie will be working at the American String Teacher's Conference in Atlanta, GA. She is presenting during the alternative styles preconference session, and then she will work with the Duluth, GA Honors Orchestra to present her session, "Strings Without Boundaries" to the conference participants at 12:15 on Thursday the 19th.
March 25 and 26 2009 Julie will be sharing a booth with Donna Hebert at the MA MEA/ASTA conference in Boston.
Julie will be presenting three master classes in improvisation for the school system in Goffstown, NH.
April 4 2009
Julie will be presenting several clinics at the NH MEA/ASTA conference:"Playing Healthy," "Improvising in all Styles" (all instruments & voice), and "Rhythmizing the Bow" (strings only)
June 9th - 14th, 2009
Julie will be teaching at Django Camp in Northampton, MA. This is a phenomenal opportunity to steep yourself in Gypsy Jazz. With lots of guitarists to jam with and concerts every evening in addition to the daily master classes, this camp is held on the Smith College campus.
Julie will be teaching two 90-minute afternoon master classes at 1:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and three classes on Saturday (starting at
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