Rose Sciaroni has been teaching violin since 2000. Since moving to Austin in the fall of 2010, she has joined the Armstrong Community Music School as a violin teacher, has served as a chamber music coach and Adult Workshop Coordinator with the Austin Chamber Music Center Summer Workshop. Currently she also offers private lessons at Hernandez Middle School and the Austin Waldorf School. Before relocating to Austin, she maintaining her own Suzuki studio in Reno, NV and served as a substitute teacher for the Suzuki Music Association of Reno/Tahoe (SMART) and Valerie Nelson’s Step Into Music studio. An avid teacher of all ages, she also taught a wide range of college age non-music majors through a teaching assistantship while pursuing a Master of Music degree.
An active Orchestral player, Rose holds a contract with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and Round Rock Symphony and has played in the sections of orchestras such as the San Antonio Symphony, Monterey Symphony, Reno Chamber Orchestra, Mid-Texas Symphony, Abilene Philharmonic and the Texas Festival Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Rose was a member of the Nightingale String Quartet for two years, has played at the Nevada Chamber Music Festival and the Round Top Festival and is excited to be starting her own piano trio.
Rose earned her Master of Music degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, studying under Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio and participating in the Orchestral Career Studies Program. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is from the University of Oregon where she studied with Fritz Gearhart and graduated with a major in English and a minor in music. She has also enjoyed masterclasses with such esteemed artists as Martin Chalifour, Amos Yang, Jay Liu, Frank Almond, and Ellen De Pasquale. She has trained as a Suzuki teacher with Catherine Lee and Ellie Albers LaRoux.
When she is not involved in her passion for music, Rose enjoys cooking, reading and outdoor sports.