The American String Teacher (AST) journal covers subjects of interest to those who teach stringed instruments and perform all types of music for strings. This award-winning journal keeps professionals up-to-date on the string profession and provides feature articles, teaching tips, and music reviews, as well as association and industry news.
The content applies to many levels of string teaching and performing including: K-12 school string and orchestra educators, pre-collegiate and collegiate studio teachers, music education professors, students, conductors, and performers.
|Joel Braun||Ball State University, USA|
|Kim Cook||Penn State University, USA|
|Jacob Dakon||The University of Kansas, USA|
|Charlene Dell||University of Oklahoma, USA|
|Laura Flanagan||Coronado High School, USA|
|Nora Frisk||Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, USA|
|Elizabeth Guerriero||Harmony Program, USA|
|Christopher Horner||Germantown Academy, USA|
|Christopher Jennings||University of Minnesota USA|
|Katherine Jetter||Fort Lewis College, USA|
|Penny T. Kruse||Bowling Green State University, USA|
|Alice Lindsay||Philadelphia International Music Festival, USA|
|Heather Lofdahl||Dodgen Middle School, USA|
|Kevin Nordstrom||Wright State University, USA|
|Stephen Nordstrom||University of Texas at El Paso, USA|
|Katherine Okesson||Santa Fe Pro Musica, USA|
|Jorge Padron||Miami Palmetto Senior High School, USA|
|Amber Peterson||Southwestern College, USA|
|Jay-Martin Pinner||Pinner Studios, USA|
|Jacqueline Pollauf||Baltimore School for the Arts, USA|
|John M. Priester||Eastern Mennonite University|
|Adriana Ransom||Illinois State University|
|Beth Reed||University of South Carolina, USA|
|Matthew Rotjan||South Orangetown Central School District, USA|
|Dana Saccomano||East Hartford Public Schools, USA|
|Annie Savage||Liberty High School, USA|
|Joel Schut||Vice Chair, Okemos High School, USA|
|Tresa Scruggs||Rodney Thompson Middle School, USA|
|Laurie Shawger||Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, USA|
|Katherine Sinsabaugh||Mamaroneck Union Free School District, USA|
|Jacquie Stevanus||Hilliard Suzuki Strings, USA|
|Paul Trapkus||Silver Creek High School, USA|
|Mary Wagner||SRI International, USA|
|Martha Walvoord||University of Texas at Arlington, USA|
|Blair Williams||Texas Tech University, USA|
|Miranda Wilson||University of Houston, USA|
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