when we step back, children have the space to step forward
teacher training can be accessible while being informative
the process is more important than the product
everybody wants to be heard
Andrea Yun is a performer and teacher who believes in the power of a child's autonomy. She has degrees in cello performance, music education, and mathematics from Indiana University. Her doctorate is in cello performance and pedagogy from the University of Michigan. Andrea has taught cello pedagogy at the University of Michigan, as well as cello and music education at the University of Texas at San Antonio and Bowling Green State University. She has been a private cello teacher for over 30 years and taught in the public schools for four years. Andrea is a full-time member of the Michigan Opera Theatre and the Ann Arbor Symphony. She is a cello teacher trainer through the Suzuki Association of the Americas, and is on Paul Katz's CelloBello teacher training team. In 2020, Andrea was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Michigan chapter of the American String Teachers Association. Andrea lives in Ann Arbor, MI, where she homeschools her daughter. She is an avid swing dancer and aspiring roller skater. And she loves Smoothie King.