Eva Robinson is a native of Saint Louis, MO.  Born into a musical family, Eva’s love for music began at preschool age with the violin and Suzuki Talent Education.  Since those early beginnings, Eva has become an artist teacher in violin, viola, cello, and piano.  In her elementary years, Eva began her orchestral career with the Jacksonville Symphony Junior Strings and went on to join the Saint Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra.  She has been a concertmaster in a number of Symphonies and Chamber Orchestras.  Her chamber music experiences are extensive including filling positions as both the first and second violin in the Baron String Quartet. 

In competition, Eva placed in both the state and national levels of Solo and Ensemble competitions, as well as won and placed in State and National Fine Arts Festival competitions. In her under-graduate studies, Eva was a full-scholarship recipient at Florida State University and Stetson University where she studied violin performance with Karen Clark and Routa Kroumavitch.  She has worked with international performers as a scholarship student at Vols am Schlern in the Italian Alps as well as performing at La Mortella, the Summer home of Sir William Walton.  Eva received a double graduate assistantship to Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville where she continued her performance studies under the direction of Lenora Anop and became Suzuki certified.

Today, Eva is teaching private virtual lessons full-time as well as performing across the country in a variety of venues. She believes that music is key in training up well-rounded, educated and cultured individuals. In addition, she holds to the philosophy that in carefully studying and performing great music that the deepest life lessons are learned and a pattern for success is created.