Robin Alfieri

Robin Alfieri

Suzuki violin

Robin Alfieri currently teaches at Powers Music School, Massachusetts. She has had a passion for teaching and performing and enjoys working with students of all ages since 2003.

As a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and the former Vice President of the Suzuki Association of Colorado, she has completed registered training in Suzuki violin books 1-10 as well as Practicum and Suzuki Principals in Action. She completed her long term Suzuki training during her Master of Music at Ithaca College and has a Bachelors in Music from University of Delaware.

Robin has performed numerous solo recitals. Recent operas she has performed include La Boheme, Hansel and Gretel, and Carmen with the Boulder Symphony and the Boulder Opera Company. Tours include a faculty and student ensemble from Ithaca College performing Bach’s Mass in B minor, the MENC National Conference, and Music Adventure in Tuscany.

Robin has participated in orchestral programs such as the National Orchestral Institute and Eastern Music Festival. Her teachers have included Sanford Reuning, Teri Einfeldt, Christie Felsing, Kimberly Meier-Sims, Nicholas DiEugenio, Xiang Gao, and Jaroslaw Lis.


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