Music Department

 Music Department

Anne  Paulu

Grade(s) Taught:
6th grade; 7th grade; 8th grade
Position:
Teacher
Orchestra
   
720-561-2070
anne.paulu@bvsd.org
Website
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“ʺMusic is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.ʺ   —Ludwig van Beethoven

Page ContentʺMusic is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.ʺ
—Plato

 

​     Anne Paulu is a native of Colorado and grew up in Fort Collins. She is dedicated and passionate orchestra teacher with the Boulder Valley School District as well as a freelance violinist in the Denver Metro area. She attended the University of Colorado, Boulder with an Honors Scholarship and received her Bachelors of Music Education. Ms. Paulu continued her training at CU where she worked as a Graduate Assistant and completed her Masters Degree in Music Performance and Pedagogy.

She began her career with Lakewood Talent Education, teaching Suzuki Violin to 50 young children. She started her public school teaching career working part time with the Cherry Creek School District. Ms. Paulu accepted her current position in the Boulder Valley School District in 1997, teaching 5th grade through high school. She currently teaches at Centennial Middle School and Crest View Elementary, 5th through 8th grade. In 2012, Centennial Middle School was awarded the great honor of performing at the CMEA conference in Colorado Springs.

Ms. Paulu also performs in the Denver Metro area. In addition to being a member of the Colorado Ballet Orchestra since 1991, she has had the privilege of performing at the Temple Buell Theatre with such Broadway show productions as Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, White Christmas, and South Pacific as well as many others.

Ms. Paulu believes that the quality of our culture, both present and future, is strongly linked to the quality of “The Arts” in our nation – how they are taught, valued, and preserved. Education needs to be about developing the WHOLE child, valuing the areas of every discipline, and understanding how they cohesively build intelligence, discipline, compassion, and humanity.​