Daphne Manavopoulos

Violin Teacher

SAA Member


Boston, MA

Violinist Daphne Manavopoulos led an active performing career in Europe both as a historical and modern violinist, before relocating to Boston. She has performed with ensembles such as Florilegium, The Hanover Band and Charivari Agréable, and people such as Ashley Solomon, Laurence Cummings, Margaret Faultless, Adrian Butterfield and Dame Emma Kirkby. She holds a Master’s degree in Historical Performance from the Royal Academy of Music, London, where her primary teacher was Walter Reiter. She has also studied with Margaret Faultless, Rachel Podger, Jeanne Lamon, Adrian Butterfield and Julia Wedman.
She is a registered Suzuki Method teacher, and has been teaching for the past 15 years. She has taught children and adults, privately and at institutions such as the Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music, London and St Catherine’s British School in Athens, Greece.
Daphne has been on the faculty of the South Shore Conservatory since 2017, teaching both Suzuki and traditional violin, and serving as Suzuki Violin coordinator. As a teacher, Daphne enjoys getting to know her students, their individual musical goals and aspirations, and helping them achieve them.