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Robyn Bollinger, violinist
Violinist Robyn Bollinger is intent on finding new ways for audiences to engage with classical music. To this end, she has developed an original concert model that incorporates multi-media historical presentations and personal narratives with live performances. As a Leonore Annenberg Fellow, Robyn plans to demonstrate this model in a concert format on a national stage in New York City.  Robin is currently working on her debut album CIACCONA: The Bass of Time, which she will follow with a national tour, including engagements at the Isabella Garden Museum in Boston, and the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival in Burlington.   A graduate of the New England Conservatory (Bachelor of Music with honors in 2013, Master of Music in 2015), she has performed with many orchestras throughout the U.S., including the Grand Tetons Music Festival and the Aspen Music Festival.  A soloist for the Boston Pops since 2014, she also will perform at the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont for the next three summers.  Her mentor in the Fellowship program, Miriam Fried, identifies her as a “citizen-musician” by which she means that Robyn is “highly aware of the problems facing the music world today and is fully engaged in trying to figure out what needs to be done about it and how she can participate in the process.”

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