Alison Rolf

 

Adjunct Professor of Violin

AlisonAlison Rolf hails from England where she attended Clare College, Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music, where, as a student of Lydia Mordkovitch, she was a recipient of the Dip RAM- the conservatory's premiere prix for outstanding final recital. She was a founding member of the London-based Elgin Piano Trio, giving concerts throughout the UK and abroad including a residency at the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. In St. Louis, she is involved in a number of chamber groups including the Webster Faculty String Quartet and the Crusell Quartet, with which she has recently released a CD on the Centaur label. She is concertmaster of the Webster University Orchestra and has also performed with Union Avenue Opera, at the Fox theatre and the Muny. Alison has taught violin and viola at DaySpring School of the Arts in Maryland Heights since arriving in the US in 2002.