Welcome to Primavera Place. We are dedicated to providing the very best in Suzuki music education. Learning to play a musical instrument is a rewarding endeavor, and we strive to help you with this in an ever increasingly busy world. Though the day to day practice can be a challenge, the benefits and rewards that I have witnessed compel me to believe that it is worth the while!
Director & teacher
Autumn Pepper has demonstrated a strong passion for teaching and performing and she hopes to use her qualifications to the betterment of others.
Ms. Autumn received her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance (Magna Cum Laude) and Suzuki (Books 1-8) Certification from the University of Denver, Lamont School of Music under the tutelage of Mark Rush and Kathleen Spring. From the University of Colorado, Boulder, she earned her Master of Music in Violin Pedagogy and Performance where she studied with Margaret Berg, Harumi Rhodes, and Claude Sim. Throughout her training she has collaborated with world-class players such as the Takács Quartet, Brian Lewis, and Midori.
Well-established in Colorado, she has taught for Boulder Suzuki Strings, Castle Rock Music, Denver Musical Arts, Denver Young Artists Orchestra, El Sistema Colorado, and the Music Education Center. She has performed with the Boulder Philharmonic, Cheyenne Symphony, Denver Philharmonic, Englewood Arts, Fort Collins Symphony, Greeley Philharmonic, Longmont Symphony, and Pueblo Symphony (not to mention OPIUO, Evanescence, and at Red Rocks!).
Ms. Autumn hopes to never stop honing her craft or developing the passion for life that music inspires, and she knows she can pass that wonderment and excitement on to her students.