Dr. Alexandra Dunbar

Instructor of Music Theory, Interlochen Arts Camp

Faculty, University of North Georgia; Co-Artistic Director and harpsichordist, Amethyst Baroque Ensemble

D.M.A., Harpsichord Performance, The Juilliard School; M.M., Harpsichord Performance; B.M., Piano Performance, Manhattan School of Music.

Dr. Alexandra Snyder Dunbar is an award-winning harpsichordist, pianist, and pedagogue. She holds degrees from the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, and Interlochen Arts Academy(IAA, ‘97-99, IAC, ‘98). She received a full scholarship as a resident in the C. V. Starr Fellows Program in the Doctoral program at Juilliard in the harpsichord studio of Lionel Party. Solo performances with orchestra have included Orchestra 54, Dorian Baroque Orchestra, The Memphis Chamber Music Society, The Symphony of Westchester, and The Chamber Orchestra of New York. Dr. Dunbar has collaborated on performance projects with the The Dryden Ensemble, the Foundlings Ensemble, and The New York Philharmonic. Dr. Dunbar is on the music faculty at University of North Georgia and Piedmont Conservatory, and she concertizes and maintains a private teaching studio. She is a faculty member in the Music Theory department at the world-renowned Interlochen Arts Camp in Interlochen, Michigan. Currently she serves as harpsichordist and co-artistic director for Amethyst Baroque Ensemble.