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Mark D. Reis

6474 Beechmont Ave.- Cincinnati, Ohio - 45230
513 885 0266



Improve Talent Education for the Viola by increasing available foundation literature.



Suzuki & Traditional Teacher Years Employed (1984 - Present)

Anderson String Academy Cincinnati, Ohio

     First registered Suzuki Viola Instructor in Ohio

Duties include registration of students, payroll, private instruction, group instruction and curriculum development. Current teaching load is 44 students and 1 group lesson

Adjunct Faculty Years Employed (Ex: 1998 - 99)

Dayton Public Schools Dayton, Ohio

Duties include private instruction, group lessons and conducting the middle school orchestra at the school for Creative and Performing Arts

Section Violist Years Employed (1988 - Present)

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Dayton, Ohio



Master of Music Years Attended (1987 - 89)

Miami University Oxford, Ohio

1989 Graduate Student Achievement Award

Bachelor of Music Years Attended (1985 - 87)

Miami University Oxford, Ohio

1987 Graduated Magna Cum Laude

1987 Cynthia Fischer Boecke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate String Playing

1986 Cynthia Fischer Boecke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate String Playing

Performance Certificate Years Attended (1982 - 84)

Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland

1983 Performed for Vice-president Bush at the Vice Presidential Mansion in Washington D.C. for the National Business Consortium for the Gifted and Talented.


Karen Tuttle, Marna Street, Paul Frankenfeld, Donald McInnes, Paul Colletti, Mary E.M. Harris, Raymond Stilwell

Margaret Pardee, Borivoje Angelich

Additional Skills:
Musicology Research Assistant, Duties include research, making of handouts, listening assignments, typing and Computer Lab Operations