Dr. Robyn Savitzky
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Dr. Robyn Savitzky is an active orchestral and chamber musician who performs and teaches in the Miami region. An avid chamber musician, she is a founding member of The Wild (a string quartet) and has attended festivals such as Meadowmount, the St. Lawrence String Quartet’s seminar at Stanford, LyricaFest, and Garth Newel.
Robyn enjoys teaching both violin and viola to students of all ages. She has held a Teaching Artist assistantship through the Brooklyn Philharmonic outreach program and taught for Frost MusicReach. Currently, Dr. Savitzky teaches private violin and viola students through the Community Arts Program in Coral Gables and as a Teaching Artist for the Miami Music Project in Liberty City, Little Haiti, and Little Havana.
Robyn received her Doctor of Musical Arts in Viola Performance from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music. During her time at the University of Miami, she was Teaching Assistant to the viola studio and a Henry Mancini Institute Fellow. Robyn also received her Artist Diploma from the Frost School, and holds additional viola performance degrees from New York University and Indiana University.