Alicia L. Casey
Alicia Casey received her Bachelor of Music Performance and Pedagogy from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Australia where she was a student of Elizabeth Morgan and her Masters in Violin Performance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she was a student of Elizabeth Chang.
Alicia studied chamber music as part of the Graduate String Quartet program at UMass and was a recipient of the Lark Chamber Music Award in addition to winning the Concerto Competition with the University Orchestra. Alicia performed with members of the Lighthouse Chamber Players in Cape Cod and is a founding member of the Bahn Quartet. Alicia has performed with orchestras, quartets and as a soloist throughout the United States, Australia and Europe.
Alicia is currently Suzuki program coordinator and faculty member of the Suzuki program at the Upper Valley Music Center in Lebanon, NH, USA. Alicia grew up as a Suzuki student starting at the age of 3 and has completed formal Suzuki teacher training with Allen Lieb, Jeffrey Cox, Roger Stieg, Kimberly Meier-Sims, Mark Mutter, Teri Einfeldt, Nancy Lokken, Doris Preucil and Mark Bjork and has registered training in all 10 units of the Suzuki violin repertoire. Alicia has been a guest clinician at the Suzuki Institute of Indonesia the Vermont Suzuki Violin workshop and the Green Mountain Suzuki Summer Institute.
Alicia currently lives in New Hampshire with her husband Ben and daughter Elizabeth.