Cello and Violin Lessons


Amanda Roth

Amanda RothAmanda Roth is currently pursing a Master of Music in Violin Performance at the Longy School of Music. She recently relocated to Massachusetts after graduating in May with a Bachelor of Music in Music Performance, Violin Concentration from the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University. To supplement her musical education, she has participated in a number of summer programs including the Aria International Summer Academy, the Chautauqua Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, and the Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies at Juilliard. Amanda has been a member of Temple University's Grammy Nominated Symphony Orchestra, the Waukesha Area Chamber Orchestra, and the Longy Conservatory Orchestra, as well as various chamber ensembles. She has performed at such major venues as the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia and Alice TullyAmanda Roth Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City and has been involved in a number of premieres of new works. Throughout her many performances, she has shared the stage with Rachel Barton Pine, various members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and ex-Trans-Siberian Orchestra violinist, Mark Wood. In addition to playing traditional classical violin repertoire, she also enjoys exploring the world of jazz, funk, country, and rock-n-roll on her six-string fretted electric violin made by Wood Violins. Besides performing, Amanda is passionate about teaching. Previously, she taught violin and viola for the Philadelphia String Project and Temple Prep’s Community Music Scholars Program. Currently Amanda is a teaching assistant for the orchestra at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School and is excited to be joining the Music Elements family!