Jeanne Drumm is a former student of the Suzuki Institute of Seattle, having studied piano, violin, viola, and flute. She has been teaching for over 30 years, and accompanying for 35 years. She received her Bachelor and Master of Music in piano performance from the University of Washington, where she studied with Patricia Michaelian and Craig Sheppard. Jeanne holds a DMA from New England Conservatory, where she was also a teaching assistant, class piano teacher, and office manager of the Music History department.
She is delighted to be back in Washington after having a music studio in Massachusetts for 16 years. Dr. Drumm has received Suzuki training from Diane Williams, and is continuing her training through SAA. Jeanne is a frequent adjudicator, coach, and accompanist, and can be heard playing with the Tacoma Symphony. Many of her students have gone on to pursue music in college, either as professionals or amateur musicians.