Haydn Hall, 204
Classes: Collegium Musicum
Degree: DMA in Historical Performance Practice (CWRU)
Specialty: Historical Performance Practice
Allison Monroe recently completed her DMA in Historical Performance Practice at Case Western Reserve University, where she studied violin with Julie Andrijeski. A multi-instrumentalist, Allison also plays viola, treble viol, recorder, rebec, and vielle. She holds a B.A. in violin performance from the University of Maryland and an M.M. in viola performance from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Her performing credits include concerts with the Newberry Consort, the Oregon Bach Festival’s Berwick Academy, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, the Washington Bach Consort, the Brecon Baroque Festival Orchestra, and Sequentia as a student at Early Music Vancouver 2015. Allison’s research interests include reconstructing repertoire for early seventeenth-century English violin band and the use of bowed instruments in accompanying medieval monophonic song.