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Inie-Richards Appointed Branch Director at Music School of Delaware

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Jul 10, 2014
Milford, DE
MDA

Kate M. Ransom, president and CEO of The Music School of Delaware, announced last week the appointment of Kate Inie-Richards as branch director for the school's Milford Branch.

A new resident of Milford, Kate is a violinist and violist, originally from Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. She holds a Bachelor's of Music from the University of Memphis and a Master's of Music in Suzuki Pedagogy from Ithaca College.  She is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan. She maintains a large private studio of violin and viola students of all ages.  A member of the Music School's Suzuki violin/viola faculty, Kate will continue teaching in addition to serving as Milford's Branch Director.
 
"I am a dedicated Suzuki violin and viola teacher," she said, "and I really want to help develop programs for students of all ages, from our littlest ones in the Early Childhood music classes all the way up to our adult and senior students."
 
 
About The Music School of Delaware
Founded in 1924, The Music School of Delaware reaches thousands of people from Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland through its instructional programs and 75 public performances each year. The Music School is the only nationally accredited program of its kind in Delaware and is the only statewide accredited community music school in the nation. The Music School offers standard-setting instructional programs for all ages including the Early Childhood program, Suzuki Academy, private study and ensembles.  A faculty of 100 expert artists and educators are among the best-trained musicians in the country. Open to all, the school administers a financial assistance program to help ensure music excellence for everyone, regardless of financial means. The Music School offers programs at branch locations in Wilmington and Milford and at over 25 satellite and outreach locations in Kent, Sussex and New Castle counties.
 

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