About Julie Lyonn Lieberman
Julie Lyonn Lieberman is an eclectic styles violinist and vocalist who specializes in improvisation and American vernacular as well as world styles. Ms. Lieberman has helped build what she calls "stylistically inclusive 21st century music education" over the last thirty-plus years through her work as an educator, author, radio producer, composer, recording artist, journalist, and performer. She authored the “Creative Musicianship” section of the American String Teachers National Curriculum book (published by Alfred) and is the Artistic Director for the summer program, Strings Without Boundaries.
Ms. Lieberman is the author of eight music books, two National Public radio series, six DVDs, and over fifty magazine articles. Book titles include The Creative Band and Orchestra, The Contemporary Violinist, 12 Rock Strings Lesson Plans, Improvising Violin, Rockin' Out With Blues Fiddle, You Are Your Instrument, Planet Musician and Alternative Strings: The New Curriculum. DVD titles include Violin and Viola Ergonomics: Determine the Optimum Playing Position and Support For Your Body Type, Rhythmizing the Bow, Techniques for the Contemporary String Player, The Violin in Motion, and Vocal Aerobics. In 2007, she wrote and produced the DVD Alternative String Styles in the Classroom for American String Teachers Association and NAMM.
Ms. Lieberman's 2010 national eco-music project, The Green Anthem debuted nationwide in early 2010. It offers a free eco-music curriculum to music educators. MENC: Music Educators National Conference included the song itself, The Green Anthem, in The World's Largest Concert, March 2010, and ran The Green Anthem Lyric- Writing Competition.
Lieberman is a J. D'Addario Elite Clinician.