Arrigo Named YAMAHA Artist
Dr. Robin Arrigo, adjunct professor of piano and staff accompanist, was saluted by the Kretzer Piano Music Foundation (KPMF) as a YAMAHA Artist. Having received a bachelor’s degree in piano performance, a master’s degree in music education, and a doctor of musical arts in accompanying chamber music, Arrigo embodies a wide range of musical experience.
As both a soloist and collaborative artist, Arrigo has performed in numerous concerts throughout South Florida, New York and Europe. Venues include the Kravis Center of the Performing Arts, Palm Beach Symphony, Flagler Museum, Mar-a-Lago Club, Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Royal Poinciana’s Seagull Cottage series and The Juilliard School.
For the past five summers, Arrigo studied and performed abroad, as both soloist and collaborative artist with Fondation Bell’Arte in the Paris International Summer Session. She performed in the master classes of internationally renowned pianist Phillipe Entremont and closed the Chopin Festival Concert in Mallorca, Spain.
Her involvement with Palm Beach Atlantic includes serving on the faculty for the International Piano Festival, conducting master classes for the participating pianists. Aside from teaching, Arrigo performed in the PBA Symphony for the past four years as well. Locally, she has been named an Artist Resident at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts and for The King’s Academy Conservatory of the Arts.
Arrigo serves on the board of directors at KPMF, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the gift of music to children and seniors. As a YAMAHA Artist, Arrigo is among many talented musicians including Josh Groban, Sheryl Crow, John Legend and Elton John.