Susan Ufford

Susan U.

Addison, TX
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Susan Ufford is in her 7th year of teaching private lessons, and 2nd year of teaching string orchestra. Susan has been a pianist for 18 years and a cellist for 15 years. She is currently an elementary orchestra director teaching at Dallas ISD.

After graduating high school in Taiwan, she attended Trinity University in San Antonio, where she got her Bachelor of Arts in Instrumental Music Education, as well as her Masters of Arts in Teaching. During her four undergraduate years at Trinity, she received music scholarships on both piano and cello. While at TU, she had the privilege to take cello lessons with Mr. David Mollenauer, assistant principal cellists of the San Antonio Symphony. She was principal cellists at the Trinity University Symphony Orchestra for four years and had the privilege to conduct TSO during her senior year. She taught her first year of orchestra in Maus Middle School in Frisco ISD as an assistant orchestra director.
Mrs. Ufford loves exploring music with others. Knowledge and growth are important to her, and she enjoys learning alongside her students and empowering to learn themselves. She is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) and Texas Orchestra Directors Association (TODA). She also performs the cello with New Texas Symphony Orchestra, a resident orchestra in the North Texas area.

About Susan U.

Susan Ufford is in her 7th year of teaching private lessons, and 2nd year of teaching string orchestra. Susan has been a pianist for 18 years and a cellist for 15 years. She is currently an elementary orchestra director teaching at Dallas ISD.

After graduating high school in Taiwan, she attended Trinity University in San Antonio, where she got her Bachelor of Arts in Instrumental Music Education, as well as her Masters of Arts in Teaching. During her four undergraduate years at Trinity, she received music scholarships on both piano and cello. While at TU, she had the privilege to take cello lessons with Mr. David Mollenauer, assistant principal cellists of the San Antonio Symphony. She was principal cellists at the Trinity University Symphony Orchestra for four years and had the privilege to conduct TSO during her senior year. She taught her first year of orchestra in Maus Middle School in Frisco ISD as an assistant orchestra director.
Mrs. Ufford loves exploring music with others. Knowledge and growth are important to her, and she enjoys learning alongside her students and empowering to learn themselves. She is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) and Texas Orchestra Directors Association (TODA). She also performs the cello with New Texas Symphony Orchestra, a resident orchestra in the North Texas area.

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Experience

Orchestra Director
Sep 2019 - Present

Dallas ISD

Assistant Orchestra Director
Jul 2018 - May 2019

Frisco ISD

Languages

English

Fluent / Native Proficiency

Mandarin Chinese

Fluent / Native Proficiency

Certifications

Music EC-12
May 2017

Texas Educator Certification

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