Julie Carew is a cello teacher with a Bachelor’s of Music in Cello Performance from the Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford, and a Master’s of Music in Cello Performance specializing in Suzuki Pedagogy from the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver, CO.
While living in Denver, Julie maintained a private studio of nearly 40 students and taught through Denver Talent Education, a Suzuki group program for students in the greater Denver area. She also founded City Strings, a low-cost string program in North Aurora, CO in 2001. Julie was a member of the Denver String Quartet, Centennial Philharmonic Orchestra, and the music director for Destination Freedom: Black Radio Days.
Since returning to New England in 2007, Julie has been teaching private and group classes at her home and has held teaching positions at the Suzuki School of Newton, Community Music Center of Boston, and the Powers Music School.
Julie was on the Artspace faculty since 2016 and currently directs the Strings for Kids program. Julie is also a member of NERO- the New England Repertory Orchestra.