Ariel Parkington

Violin/Viola/Mandolin Instructor, Strings Coach

Ms. Parkington received a Bachelor of Music degree from Boston University, where she studied with violin virtuoso and pedagogue Roman Totenburg, and Boston Symphony Orchestra member Lucia Lin.  She received her Master of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Arizona, under the direction of Mark Rush, and a Masters of Music in Chamber Music from the University of South Florida. She has performed with the Tucson Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra, Florida West Coast Symphony, Southwest Florida Orchestra, Cape, Nashua and Reading Symphony Orchestras, Provincetown Chamber Players, and Plymouth Chamber Music Festival. Ms. Parkington's musical career has resulted in interactions with internationally acclaimed musicians such as Samuel Sanders, Andres Diez, Raphael Hillyer, and the Emerson, Lydian, Muir, and Borromeo String Quartets.   In her spare time, she performs around the world with her three sisters in a folk-pop band called The Parkington Sisters.