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American String Teachers Association

4153 Chain Bridge Road

Fairfax, Virginia,22030

United States

Company Description

The American String Teachers Association, founded more than 60 years ago, is a membership organization for string and orchestra teachers and players, helping them to develop and refine their careers. ASTA's members range from budding student teachers to artist...more

Background Information

Employment History

Deep Listening Institute , Ltd.


Artistic Director

Julie Lyonn Lieberman


Artistic Director

Central Washington University


Artistic Director

Lawrence University


Artistic Director

STRINGS


Affiliations

Hello Private Studio Teachers and School String

Board Member


New York University

Faculty Member


International Association for Jazz Education

String Caucus Members


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Education

Sarah Lawrence College


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Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie Lyonn Lieberman Julie Lyonn Lieberman 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 Unleash Your Imagination and Musical Self-Expression! Leave the confines of the written tune and fly off to the musical freedom of improvisation! Master player and teacher Julie Lyonn Lieberman will help you give voice to your own musical self-expression, no matter what level you're playing at now. You'll learn improvisation techniques in folk, blues, swing, jazz and more. Julie provides important ideas and advice ... Read More


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Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Scores by Julie Lyonn Lieberman Articles About Julie Lyonn Lieberman 2014 About Julie Lyonn Lieberman History - Julie Lyonn Lieberman Julie Lyonn Lieberman's Equipment About Julie Lyonn Lieberman To date, Julie Lyonn Lieberman has worked with tens of thousands of string students across the United States, in Canada, and abroad. The first to create a dedicated Eclectic Styles String Teacher Training in 2003 at her summer program, STRINGS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES, she has also worked with string teachers across the U.S. at state ASTA/MEA conferences. JULIE LYONN LIEBERMAN HAS helped develop the string field over the last thirty-five+ years as a performer, clinician, author, producer, and recording artist. She is the Artistic Director for the summer program, Strings Without Boundaries: Where 21st century techniques meet tradition, creativity, and style. She is also an NS Design Performance Artist, and a D'Addario Elite Clinician. Julie is the author of seven music books, including The Creative Band and Orchestra, The Contemporary Violinist, Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum, Improvising Violin, Rockin' Out With Blues Fiddle, You Are Your Instrument, and Planet Musician. She authored the Creative Musicianship section for ASTA's national curriculum book, and has six educational DVDs to her credit as well as seventeen string orchestra scores in American and world styles (Kendor and Alfred). Julie has taught creative musicianship and world string styles in school residencies and teacher trainings across the United States, Europe, and Canada, as well as through organizations and institutions like American String Teachers Association, European String Teachers Association, National Orchestra Festival, National Association for Music Education, International Association of Jazz Educators, The Midwest Clinic, The Starling-Delay Symposium, 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 (produced by Carnegie/Weill Hall/Juilliard). 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 has written over 55 articles for publications such as STRINGS, STRAD, Fiddler Magazine, Downbeat Magazine, School Band and Orchestra, American String Teacher Journal, and Jazz Educators Journal, and has been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles and reviews. In addition, she has created seven programs for National Public Radio on jazz violin (The Talking Violin hosted by Billy Taylor, and Jazz Profiles: Jazz Violin hosted by Nancy Wilson). In addition, she developed the creative musicianship curriculum for American String Teachers Association's publication, Curriculum for School String Programs K-12, authored a chapter for a book by STRINGS Magazine and helped The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music develop a jazz string curriculum. Her curriculum for her national project,The Green Anthem was implemented in part by MENC: Music Educators National Conference, reaching six million participants. Featured Artist... Lieberman has been featured as the primary violinist on the recording "Fiddle" that is used throughout the world by the organization "Music Together. Homespun Tapes has issued three products featuring her as an educator: "Improvising Violin" (a series of five lessons on CD); "The Instrumentalist's Guide To Fitness, Health, and Musicianship" (a companion DVD to her book, You Are Your Instrument); and "The Vocalist's Guide To Fitness, Health, and Musicianship" (a companion DVD to her book, You Are Your Instrument). Composer, Performer and Recording Artist... Lieberman is the recipient of over thirty ASCAP awards and eight Meet the Composer awards. Her anthem for the planet, The Green Anthem, was included in MENC's 2010 World's Largest Concert. She has performed her original music on and off Broadway, throughout the U.S., Canada, and in Europe, and on television and radio and has five recordings of original music to her credit. She has been the composer-in-residence for three seasons at the City Center Manhattan Theatre Club "Writers in Performance" series. Her music for Alec Baldwin's/Steve Lawrence's production of "The Devil and Daniel Webster" aired on WNYC after premiering at City Center. Ms. Lieberman's recordings of original music featuring her voice and violin, include Empathic Connections, 1981, Arcturus, 1984, Roaring Brook Fiddler, 1991, Mixing America, 1994. Lieberman was a guest artist on Laura Nyro's album, Mother's Spiritual, 1984, designing her own violin lines for the album. Julie Lyonn Lieberman grew up in Montclair, New Jersey. In the seventies, Ms. Lieberman was active as a fiddler on the folk music scene, playing backup for artists such as David Amram, Barbara Dane, and Lewis London, with her trio, Nightsong, as well as under her own name. During the eighties, Lieberman produced the First, Second, and Third American Jazz String Summits in New York City. These seminal events helped put improvised strings on the map. She presented over thirty improvising string players, such as Claude "Fiddler" Williams, Darol Anger and Dave Balakrishnan's first installment of Turtle Island String Quartet, David Darling, John Blake, Jr., Scarlet Rivera, Vicki Horner Richards, L. Subramanium, L. Shankar, and more, helping many of these artists achieve recognition on a broader scale through coverage of the concerts by The New York Times, The Daily News, The New York Post, prominent radio programs like "New Sounds" with John Schaefer, host, as well as through string magazine coverage. Her first National Public radio series, The Talking Violin, premiered in 1989, and featured the history of improvisation on violin from 1925 through the late eighties. Over fifty improvising violinists were included. Ms. Lieberman also helped create and appeared in the documentary film, Improvised Violin: Four Personal Views, with Leroy Jenkins, Billy Bang, and John Blake, Jr. In the late eighties. In the nineties, Lieberman was invited to create two one-hour programs titled "Jazz Violin" for National Public Radio's award-winning series "Jazz Profiles," hosted by Nancy Wilson. Lieberman served as the chair in 2004 for the alternative strings festival at American String Teachers Conference after helping organize the festival's launch in 2003. She wrote and produced the DVD, "Alternative Styles in the Classroom" for ASTA a few years later. She is currently on the ASTA Curriculum Committee as creative consultant. Her national project, The Green Anthem, ran from September 2009 to April 2010 and MENC: The Music Educators National Conference ran The Green Anthem competition and included the anthem itself in the 2010 MENC World's Largest Concert, when it was performed by 6 million students across America. Julie Lyonn Lieberman is an eclectic styles specialist, a playing healthy expert, an improvising violinist, singer, composer, educator, recording artist, author, and producer. She is a D'Addario Elite Clinician, an NS Design Performance Artist, the Artistic Director for Strings Without Boundaries, a summer program in three locations, a composer for Alfred Music and Kendor Music, and a frequent master class clinician for National Association for Music Education's and American String Teachers Association's state conferences. Formerly on faculty at Juilliard, New York University, The New School For Jazz and Contemporary Music, and William Paterson College Jazz Department Julie Lyonn Lieberman


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Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Scores by Julie Lyonn Lieberman Articles About Julie Lyonn Lieberman 2014 Julie Lyonn Lieberman Tour 2013-2014 About Julie Lyonn Lieberman History - Julie Lyonn Lieberman About Julie Lyonn Lieberman To date, Julie Lyonn Lieberman has worked with tens of thousands of string students across the United States, in Canada, and abroad. The first to create a dedicated Eclectic Styles String Teacher Training in 2003 at her summer program, STRINGS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES, she has also worked with string teachers across the U.S. at state ASTA/MEA conferences. JULIE LYONN LIEBERMAN HAS helped develop the string field over the last thirty-five+ years as a performer, clinician, author, producer, and recording artist. She is the Artistic Director for the summer program, Strings Without Boundaries: Where 21st century techniques meet tradition, creativity, and style. She is also an NS Design Performance Artist, and a D'Addario Elite Clinician. Julie is the author of seven music books, including The Creative Band and Orchestra, The Contemporary Violinist, Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum, Improvising Violin, Rockin' Out With Blues Fiddle, You Are Your Instrument, and Planet Musician. She authored the Creative Musicianship section for ASTA's national curriculum book, and has six educational DVDs to her credit as well as seventeen string orchestra scores in American and world styles (Kendor and Alfred). Julie has taught creative musicianship and world string styles in school residencies and teacher trainings across the United States, Europe, and Canada, as well as through organizations and institutions like American String Teachers Association, European String Teachers Association, National Orchestra Festival, National Association for Music Education, International Association of Jazz Educators, The Midwest Clinic, The Starling-Delay Symposium, 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 (produced by Carnegie/Weill Hall/Juilliard). 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 has written over 55 articles for publications such as STRINGS, STRAD, Fiddler Magazine, Downbeat Magazine, School Band and Orchestra, American String Teacher Journal, and Jazz Educators Journal, and has been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles and reviews. In addition, she has created seven programs for National Public Radio on jazz violin (The Talking Violin hosted by Billy Taylor, and Jazz Profiles: Jazz Violin hosted by Nancy Wilson). In addition, she developed the creative musicianship curriculum for American String Teachers Association's publication, Curriculum for School String Programs K-12, authored a chapter for a book by STRINGS Magazine and helped The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music develop a jazz string curriculum. Her curriculum for her national project,The Green Anthem was implemented in part by MENC: Music Educators National Conference, reaching six million participants. Featured Artist... Lieberman has been featured as the primary violinist on the recording "Fiddle" that is used throughout the world by the organization "Music Together. Homespun Tapes has issued three products featuring her as an educator: "Improvising Violin" (a series of five lessons on CD); "The Instrumentalist's Guide To Fitness, Health, and Musicianship" (a companion DVD to her book, You Are Your Instrument); and "The Vocalist's Guide To Fitness, Health, and Musicianship" (a companion DVD to her book, You Are Your Instrument). Composer, Performer and Recording Artist... Lieberman is the recipient of over thirty ASCAP awards and eight Meet the Composer awards. Her anthem for the planet, The Green Anthem, was included in MENC's 2010 World's Largest Concert. She has performed her original music on and off Broadway, throughout the U.S., Canada, and in Europe, and on television and radio and has five recordings of original music to her credit. She has been the composer-in-residence for three seasons at the City Center Manhattan Theatre Club "Writers in Performance" series. Her music for Alec Baldwin's/Steve Lawrence's production of "The Devil and Daniel Webster" aired on WNYC after premiering at City Center. Ms. Lieberman's recordings of original music featuring her voice and violin, include Empathic Connections, 1981, Arcturus, 1984, Roaring Brook Fiddler, 1991, Mixing America, 1994. Lieberman was a guest artist on Laura Nyro's album, Mother's Spiritual, 1984, designing her own violin lines for the album. Julie Lyonn Lieberman grew up in Montclair, New Jersey. In the seventies, Ms. Lieberman was active as a fiddler on the folk music scene, playing backup for artists such as David Amram, Barbara Dane, and Lewis London, with her trio, Nightsong, as well as under her own name. During the eighties, Lieberman produced the First, Second, and Third American Jazz String Summits in New York City. These seminal events helped put improvised strings on the map. She presented over thirty improvising string players, such as Claude "Fiddler" Williams, Darol Anger and Dave Balakrishnan's first installment of Turtle Island String Quartet, David Darling, John Blake, Jr., Scarlet Rivera, Vicki Horner Richards, L. Subramanium, L. Shankar, and more, helping many of these artists achieve recognition on a broader scale through coverage of the concerts by The New York Times, The Daily News, The New York Post, prominent radio programs like "New Sounds" with John Schaefer, host, as well as through string magazine coverage. Her first National Public radio series, The Talking Violin, premiered in 1989, and featured the history of improvisation on violin from 1925 through the late eighties. Over fifty improvising violinists were included. Ms. Lieberman also helped create and appeared in the documentary film, Improvised Violin: Four Personal Views, with Leroy Jenkins, Billy Bang, and John Blake, Jr. In the late eighties. In the nineties, Lieberman was invited to create two one-hour programs titled "Jazz Violin" for National Public Radio's award-winning series "Jazz Profiles," hosted by Nancy Wilson. Lieberman served as the chair in 2004 for the alternative strings festival at American String Teachers Conference after helping organize the festival's launch in 2003. She wrote and produced the DVD, "Alternative Styles in the Classroom" for ASTA a few years later. She is currently on the ASTA Curriculum Committee as creative consultant. Her national project, The Green Anthem, ran from September 2009 to April 2010 and MENC: The Music Educators National Conference ran The Green Anthem competition and included the anthem itself in the 2010 MENC World's Largest Concert, when it was performed by 6 million students across America. Julie Lyonn Lieberman is an eclectic styles specialist, a playing healthy expert, an improvising violinist, singer, composer, educator, recording artist, author, and producer. She is a D'Addario Elite Clinician, an NS Design Performance Artist, the Artistic Director for Strings Without Boundaries, a summer program in three locations, a composer for Alfred Music and Kendor Music, and a frequent master class clinician for National Association for Music Education's and American String Teachers Association's state conferences. Formerly on faculty at Juilliard, New York University, The New School For Jazz and Contemporary Music, and William Paterson College Jazz Department Julie Lyonn Lieberman


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JULIE LYONN LIEBERMAN, Artistic Director
Julie Lyonn Lieberman, has helped develop the alternative string field over the last thirty+ years through her work as an educator, author, radio producer, composer, recording artist, journalist, and performer. Ms. Lieberman 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 Instrumen t, and Planet Musician. One of her newest books, Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum, is helping to change the landscape of the string world. 2007 included the release of her fifth DVD titled Alternative String Styles in the Classroom. Ms. Lieberman wrote, produced, and edited this video for American String Teachers Association. Her other DVD titles include Rhythmizing the Bow, Techniques for the Contemporary String Player, The Violin in Motion, and Vocal Aerobics. Julie was the first educator invited by Juilliard to teach improvisation to their students. 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 like American String Teachers Association, European String Teachers Association, National Orchestra Festival, Music Educators Association, International Association of Jazz Educators, Suzuki Institute, National String Workshop, International String Workshop, the Juilliard MAP Program, National Young Audiences, the Carnegie Hall LinkUp Program and The Academy (a Carnegie/Weill Hall/Juilliard-sponsored program). Lieberman has also created seven hours of programming for National Public Radio on jazz violin, 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 J. D'Addario Elite Clinician. Her eclectic style scores are published by Alfred Publications and her books and DVDs are distributed world-wide by Hal Leonard Publications. She is now a member of the National Curriculum Committee for the American String Teachers Association.


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Julie Lyonn Lieberman, (JulieLyonn.com) has helped develop the alternative string field over the last thirty+ years through her work as an educator, author, radio producer, composer, recording artist, journalist, and performer. Ms. Lieberman 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, Planet Musician and Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum. Lieberman has also created five instructional DVDs, seven hours of programming for National Public Radio on jazz violin, 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.In 2007 she wrote/produced the DVD, "Alternative String Styles in the classroom," for American String Teachers Association.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 like American String Teachers Association, European String Teachers Association, Music Educators Association, International Association of Jazz Educators, Suzuki Institute, National String Workshop, National Orchestra Festival, International String Workshop, the Juilliard MAP Program, The Academy: Carnegie/Weill Hall/Juilliard's ," National Young Audiences, and the Carnegie Hall LinkUp Program.Lieberman is a J. D'Addario Elite Clinician and Knilling Master Clinician.Alfred Publishing publishes her alternative style string orchestra scores.


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