Violinist Paul Hauer joined the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra in the fall of 2016. Solo concerts have brought Mr. Hauer to the countries of Germany, Greece, France, the Czech Republic, and the Philippines. Chamber music and orchestral concerts have brought him to Italy, Singapore, Mexico, and China. Before moving to Milwaukee, Mr. Hauer was Principal Second Violin of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and played regularly with the Indianapolis Symphony and Louisville Orchestra.
Mr. Hauer traveled to Athens in May of 2015 to participate in the 4th Leonidas Kavakos International Masterclass. One month earlier, he performed the Sibelius Violin Concerto with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. Other honors include winning the Indianapolis Matinée Musicale Collegiate Competition in 2013, which resulted in a performance at the Indiana Landmarks Center. In the summer of 2011, he toured Europe with the Denver Young Artists Orchestra as the soloist for the Barber Violin Concerto. In addition to his private violin studio, Mr. Hauer is Artist in Residence at the Barcel Suzuki String Academy in Wauwatosa and coaches chamber music at Homestead High School and the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra. As a Teaching Assistant to Addison Teng, Mr. Hauer travels with the Teng Studio on their international tours, most recently to the Philippines and Greece.
Early violin training came from Ferenc Fenyő and Stéphane Tran Ngoc. Mr. Hauer completed his Bachelor of Music at Oberlin Conservatory, graduating from the studio of David Bowlin. He began working with Addison Teng in 2009 and studied with him for three summers at the Montecito International Music Festival. He received his Master of Music degree from the Jacobs School of Music with Alexander Kerr. Mr. Hauer is a Wisconsin native and enjoys performing at the Peninsula Music Festival in Door County during the summers.
VIOLIN STUDIO OF PAUL HAUER
Violinist with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and Indiana University
Trained with teaching methods of Mimi Zweig at Indiana University (visit https://www.stringpedagogyconnect.com)
Teaching Assistant to Professor Addison Teng
ABOUT MY STUDIO:
*Accompanying during private lessons
*Monthly studio/technique classes
*Masterclasses with Professor Addison Teng (DePaul University) once a semester
Opportunities to do outreach concerts with Mr. Hauer
Opportunity for summer study at Montecito International Music Festival with Professor Addison Teng and Mr. Hauer
Opportunity to be considered for international tours with Teng Studio (visit addisonteng.com to view recent tours to the Philippines and Greece)
*Included with enrollment, no additional charge
Lesson Rate for Spring 2019:
70.00 USD per 60 minutes
55.00 USD per 45 minutes
40.00 USD per 30 minutes
Required Lesson Length:
Suzuki Book 1 - 2, 30 minutes
Suzuki Book 2 - 3, 45 minutes
Suzuki Book 4 - 6, 60 minutes
Accolay Concerto and above, 75 minutes
As with any other form of falling in love, no one can do it for you...Music, like any worthwhile partner in love, is demanding, sometimes exasperatingly, exhaustingly demanding. That its capacity to give is as near to infinite as anything in this world, and that what it offers us is always and inescapably in exact proportion to what we ourselves give.