Susan Slowick holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Boston University. A student of Roman Totenberg and George Neikrug, she has performed extensively throughout New England with orchestras and chamber music groups, including in programs at Tanglewood and Kneisel Hall. She has been "Artist-in-Residence" at New Hampshire College and a member of New England state touring programs funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the New Hampshire Council on the Arts.
For over 2 decades, Susan was the violinist in the Egmont Trio which was hailed as "the finest Piano Trio in the state and among the very finest chamber ensembles in New England." -Philip Bragdon, WEVO Public Radio New Hampshire. Susan is founder and artistic director of Cape Ann Chamber Music based in Gloucester MA.
- Waring School (Beverly MA)– Music Faculty
- Brookwood School (Manchester MA)– Adjunct Music Faculty
- Greater Manchester (NH) Center For Arts & Music (now Manchester Community Music School)- Co-founder, Music Faculty
- Greater Manchester (NH) Youth Symphony Orchestra-- Co-founder, String coach
- Waldorf School at Moraine Farm (Beverly MA)- String Program Director
- Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras
- Boston University School for the Arts – Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Maurice Tobin School (Roxbury, MA)– Pilot String Program for Inner City Schools
HONORS AND AWARDS
- Boston University Music Education Award recipient
- Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society member
- City of Berlin International Orchestra Competition silver medalist
- Teaching Violin Technique: A Musical Approach, Boston University Press, 1980