About Leah Roblin
Get to know Leah Roblin
Leah Roblin is a guitarist, performer, composer and teacher. From 1992 until 2008, Leah performed with several New York City based original alt/rock bands and projects, which toured throughout North America, as well as performing her own songs as a solo artist. Additionally, Leah has performed around the world in chamber groups, rock bands and as an accompanist to singers both on guitar and piano, while teaching music in international schools in England, Spain, Jordan and China.
Leah has had extensive training in guitar, including, classical guitar studies with Michael Newman at the Mannes Conservatory of Music, and Jazz Guitar studies with Stuart Klinger, James Rohlehr, and Mark Ridout. Leah earned her Master of Arts degree in Music Education at Hunter College and has certifications to teach Suzuki Guitar both in the United States (SAA) and Europe (ESA); Kodaly pedagogy; AP Music Theory; and is a NYS certified teacher in Music Education, K-12. She also has extensive training as an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) teacher, and is bilingual in English/Spanish.
In addition to teaching in various school settings, Leah has maintained a private teaching studio for students aged 4 and older since 2000, where she implements individualized lesson plans in guitar skills. Students are encouraged to think creatively, improve self confidence and explore self expression in an engaging and supportive environment.