Rachel Crozier, violin
Rachel Crozier is a dedicated performer and teacher. She works with students from the young beginner through advanced repertoire. She teaches in her private studio in Monroe, NY, as well as Green Meadow Waldorf School in Chestnut Ridge, NY. As an orchestral musician, Rachel has performed with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Esopus Chamber Orchestra, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Hudson Opera Theater, and the Taconic Opera. She has performed as a soloist with SUNY Orange Community Orchestra and Rockland Symphony Orchestra.
As a chamber musician and recitalist, Rachel performs regularly with Amaranthus Ensemble and the Amaranthus String Quartet. She performed from 2006-08 with Chamber Music Charleston, where she was a member of the Artistic Committee. Rachel began playing the violin at the age of eight after begging to play the cello for two years. She quickly fell in love with the violin. She was enrolled in Temple University’s Center for Gifted Young Musicians and continued her studies at The Juilliard School. Her teachers include Stephen Clapp, Joey Corpus, Estelle Kerner, and Xiao-fu Zhou.