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Rachel Wieser

Rachel grew up in Liechtenstein and started playing the violin at the age of 5. She graduated with a master’s degree in Performance and Pedagogy from the University of the Arts in Bern (Switzerland) and with a master’s degree in Performance from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London (UK). Her teachers were amongst others Alexander van Wijnkoop, Detlef Hahn, Stephanie Gonley and Ofer Falk. Her passion for pedagogy brought her to the Suzuki method, whereupon she became a certified Suzuki teacher.

After graduating from Guildhall, Rachel taught at a music school in Switzerland as a violin teacher and had a busy concert career as a soloist, chamber and orchestra musician. One of her personal highlights was her solo appearance in London at a reception for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England.

​Rachel has been involved in various musical theater productions as a musician, actress, and producer and was conductor to a women's choir. She is a member of the Liechtenstein Symphony Orchestra and solo violinist of the JAZZLOUNG1920, a jazz band specializing in 1920s jazz.

 Rachel currently lives with her family in Sweden where she recently opened the SUZUKI STUDIO ÅKARP. Since 2022, Rachel has been the director of the International Children´s Music School.

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