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Our Team

Annierose, a young white brunette woman wearing glasses and a flower-patterned shirt, from the waist up in front of a tree holding her viola.

Annierose Klingbeil

Co-founder & Teaching Artist

Annierose Klingbeil is a violist with a love of chamber music. She is a Suzuki trained violin and viola teacher with degrees from UMass Amherst in violin performance and music theory. She also studied piano, viola, chamber music, and music education throughout college. She has a passion for pedagogy, which she has used in her work as an aural skills teacher at UMass Amherst and Amherst College. She is currently the Development and Communications Manager for Música Franklin and the general manager of two non-profit concert series in MA and CT. She spends her summers in Burlington, VT, where she serves as the Concert Manager and Suzuki Coordinator for the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival.

Rose, a young white blonde woman pictured from the elbow up while wearing a blue blouse, smiles while holding her violin and standing in front of leafy branches.

Rose Baker

Co-founder & Teaching Artist

Rose Baker is a dedicated violinist who is passionate about using her nonprofit administration skills in service of music. She currently serves as the Resident Director of the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, a summer program for young musicians in Burlington, Vermont. A dedicated teacher, Rose has worked with private violin students for many years, taught at the Opus 118 Harlem School of Music, and completed extensive Suzuki Violin Method teacher training (units 1-5). Rose holds degrees in violin performance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Manhattan School of Music, where her primary teachers were Elizabeth Chang and Burton Kaplan.

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