Phone: (585) 924-9299
Olita Povero is a member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and teacher privately. She has 25 years of teaching experience and is a teacher/coach of the chamber music program at Hochstein. Originally from Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, Olita Povero received her bachelor’s degree from the New School of Music, an orchestral studies conservatory in Philadelphia founded by her teacher Max Aronoff, and whose faculty included the Curtis String Quartet and Philadelphia Orchestra members. Ms. Povero continued her studies with Kim Kashkashian, and obtained her master’s degree from Southern Methodist University as a student and teaching assistant of Ellen Rose. Before joining the RPO, she played in the Dallas Opera, Ballet and Chamber Orchestras.
Olita teaches viola out of her home in Victor.