Central Connecticut State University Founders Hall and Davidson Hall
Carrie Lane Gruselle is recently retired from teaching strings for the Appleton Area School District in Appleton, Wisconsin. Actively involved with the Wisconsin MEA Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance Project, she is also past president of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American String Teachers Association and former lead teacher for the Lawrence University String Project. She is string editor for FJH Music Company, and co-author of the new FJH Method Book: Measures of Success for Strings. Her arrangements and compositions for young string players are studied and performed regularly worldwide. Ms. Gruselle holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from UW-Eau Claire and a Masters of Music Education with Suzuki Emphasis from UW-Stevens Point.
Making Each Moment a Musical Moment: From "Ants" to Adagio for Strings
Middle Level Madness: Managing the Menagerie
Superior Strings in 16 Weeks: Growing Your Ensemble's Ensemble
Comprehensive Musicianship Through Performance 101: An Introduction to the Wisconsin-MEA model (CMP)