Elizabeth Robbins is currently a PhD student in music education at Temple University. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Music in Music Education at Ithaca College in 2010. After completing her undergraduate degree, Elizabeth moved to southern Maryland, where she taught pre-k through fifth grade band, strings, chorus, and general music for four years at St. Mary’s County Public Schools. While in Maryland, she earned her Master of Music in Music Education from Boston University. In 2010 she played Griffes’s Poem for Flute and Orchestra with the Chamber Orchestra of Southern Maryland In Concert as the winner of the COSMIC Young Artist Competition. She also taught private lessons in flute, clarinet, saxophone, violin, viola, and cello at MEA Music Service. She now teaches group viola classes at Settlement, and is a Teaching Assistant in the music education department at Temple.
Specialties: Music Education Pathways