Lori Anderson-Doering

Suzuki Faculty
Suzuki Guitar Instructor

Lori Anderson-Doering received her degree in Classical guitar performance from the Royal Superior Conservatory of Seville in Andalucia, Spain. Her formal studies in guitar performance also include The University of Santa Barbara, California, the University of Calgary and Banff Center of Fine Arts.

For almost 20 years as a teacher in the Spanish Andalusian Conservatories, she performed and taught not only Classical and Flamenco guitar, but solfege, theory, chamber music, and choir. During this time she has inspired a great number of students to become professional guitar teachers and performers. Her students have consistently received the highest scores in the required exams which qualified them to enter into professional levels of training.

Her principal teachers have been Paul Century, Michael Lorimer, Mario Escudero, Serafin Arriaza, and Manuel Cera. In addition, she has studied and performed in more extensive masterclasses with Abel Carlevaro, Leo Brouwer, Jose Tomas, Ruggero Chiesa, Alirio Diaz, Alberto Ponce, Betho Davezac, Andres Batista, David Russel, and America Martinez as well as regular masterclasses with Pepe Romero, Scott Tenant, Manuel Barruecos, Sharon Isbin, and Oscar Ghiglia.