Robert (Bob) Kreutz, a native of Colo., has educated for 33 years in Loveland, Greeley, and Fort Collins, Colo. at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in the orchestral field.
Highlights of Bob’s teaching career include numerous appearances at music festivals and competitions with his great students.In Jan. 2014, Bob’s high school orchestra at Thompson Valley was awarded one of the top honors in the state of Colo., performing at the Colorado Music Convention as one of the premiere high school string orchestras. They were also awarded the most inspiring award from the Thompson School District in May 2014.
As a violinist, Bob performs regularly as a member of the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra as a member since 1983, where he has enjoyed many memorable years in the first and second violin sections.
Bob is active as a clinician and adjudicator throughout Colo., Wyo., and beyond, creating great music with tremendous orchestral students in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Grand Junction, Jefferson County, Longmont, Thornton, Cheyenne, Wyo., and later this spring, in Salem, Ore.
Bob enjoys fly fishing, reading, and listening to amazing orchestras!
M.M. in Orchestral Conducting
Thompson School District Music Curriculum Redesign; March 2013, 155 pps.
String Techniques for the Music Educator - Syllabus
Basic techniques for playing and teaching the violin, viola, cello, and bass