Rosalie Gilbert teaches students ages 4-70+ using the Suzuki Method. From 2012-16 she built a Suzuki harp studio at the Abe Suzuki Center in Stevens Point, WI. She also worked with college students at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point during this time, and held the Education Coordinator position for the Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra. She is excited to start a private Suzuki harp studio in the DFW area.
In addition to her work as a music educator, Rosalie is an active performer, with over two decades experience in solo, ensemble, and freelance performance. She has performed as a member of numerous ensembles around the country, and regularly performs as a soloist and member of the ROS/CAR Duo.
Rosalie received her Bachelor of Music degree in harp performance from The Cleveland Institute of Music, and her Master of Music degree at The University of Colorado. Her teachers have included Yolanda Kondonassis, Jeanne Chalifoux, Alice Chalifoux, and Paula Page. She has done Suzuki harp training with Delaine Leonard and Mary Kay Waddington. A native of Washington, DC, Rosalie Gilbert is happy to be in Bedford, Texas.