Mrs. Julie Bamberger Roubik

Viola, Violin Teacher, Administrator

Julie Bamberger Roubik

SAA Member


Milwaukee, WI
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Julie Bamberger Roubik holds a B.M. summa cum laude, from the University of MN and a M.M. from the HARTT School of Music, both in viola performance and Suzuki pedagogy. Viola teachers include Roland Vamos, Korey Konkol, Victoria Chiang, and Lawrence Dutton of the Emerson String Quartet. A member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, she has studied Suzuki pedagogy, in violin and viola, with Teri and David Einfeldt, Nancy Lokken, Mark Bjork, Carrie Reuning, Susan Kempter, Betsy Stuen-Walker and Dr. Julia Hardie. Mrs. Bamberger Roubik is a member of the Racine, Kenosha and Festival City Symphonies, and actively freelances in the Milwaukee area. In addition, Mrs. Bamberger has had the honor to perform with recording artists such as Brad Little, Lorna Luft, Rita Coolidge, Keiko Matsui and Philip Dizack. Ms. Bamberger Roubik was the recipient of the 2013 American Suzuki Institute Teacher Training Scholarship, for which she had the privilege of studying Viola 7 with Dr. Julia Hardie and the 2014 SAA Teacher Training Scholarship to continue her studies with Dr. Hardie for Viola 8&9. Additionally, Ms. Bamberger Roubik is a regular blogger for and has contributed articles to The Strad magazine as well. She maintains a private violin/viola studio in Milwaukee, WI. Ms. Bamberger Roubik is currently pursuing her certification in Dalcroze/Eurythmics with Jeremy Dittus, diplomé superior, at the Dalcroze School of the Rockies.

Students of Julie’s have won awards from the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Scholarships, the Racine Symphony Young Artists Competition, the Janet Ruggieri Viola Scholarship, the Wisconsin State Music Association and have been accepted into the Suzuki Youth Orchestra of the Americas and the Wisconsin State Honors Orchestra.