Becky Rogot began her musical training at age 6 in Washington DC with William Foster, currently assistant principal violist in the National Symphony Orchestra. She continued her studies with Shinichi Suzuki and Vaclav Adamera as well as Yuka Mori in Matsumoto Japan, earning her Suzuki Method teaching certificate at the Talent Education Institute in both violin and cello. After graduating from Carleton College with her BA in Psychology , Becky extended her cello pedagogical training with teacher training from Barbara Wampner and Tanya Carey completing Suzuki Books 1-10. Her teachers have included Jennifer Culp, the late Peter Shelton, and Amos Yang. Becky plays with the Holy Name’s Orchestra previously under the baton of Dr. Steven Hofer. Becky currently serves on the faculty for Crowden’s Community Music Program, Resurrection Lutheran Church music program and at the Holy Names’ Preparatory Music program, where she teaches both violin and cello to groups and individuals. Her students have performed in chamber groups and orchestras across the Bay Area and beyond and range in age from 3 to 20. Becky is excited to be on the faculty at Preparatory Music where the opportunity to share her music and teaching flourishes with each student.

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