Amara Sperber is delighted to help facilitate connection between artists at National Repertory Orchestra this summer. In the fall, Amara will begin the teacher training program in Suzuki Method at Cleveland Institute of Music. She is interested in the integration of improvisation, body awareness and other art forms within music education. Amara was the graduate assistant to Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio at University of Nevada in Reno, where she received her Master’s degree in Violin Performance and Orchestra Career Studies. Previously she received her Bachelor degree in performance from University of Oregon as a student of Fritz Gearhart, where she also studied abroad in Vienna.