Rhonda Marsh

Ms. Marsh received her B.A. from Golden Valley Lutheran College.  She studied at the Suzuki Institute at the University of Denver.  She also studied at Interlochen, at the Kato Havas String Workshop as well as attended the Midwestern Music and Art Camp at the University of Kansas.

Rhonda Marsh has taught piano since 1968.  She was Concertmaster of the Golden Valley Symphony, Minneapolis, 1st violinist with the Maestroso Quartet, and 1st violinist with Nutcracker Orchestra for over ten years.  She played with the Muir String Quartet, Snowbird Institute in Salt Lake City for two years.

Rhonda Marsh's professional preparation includes the violin instructors: Anthony Gilombardo and Richard Saliny, both of Minneapolis.  Edward Seferian, University of Puget Sound, Andres Cardenes, Ann Arbor, and Marjorie Kransberg-Talvi, NW Chamber Orchestra Concertmistress.

Ms. Marsh has taught violin with the University of Puget Sound Community Music Department since 1983.

"My education continues."