Rosa Acampora

Orlando

Rosaura Acampora (formerly Harrison) has taught violin and viola in the School of Music since 2006.  She began her career with the Orchestra Sinfonica Juvenil de Costa Rica, Conservatory of Music. She studied with the prestigious Alexander Prilutchi, distinguished pupil of Carl Flesch. She was awarded the Young Soloist Award from the National Symphony of Costa Rica at the age of 13. She has received numerous scholarships including: United Nations Interlochen (MI) Scholarship, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Scholarship, Florida International University. She has performed with the South Florida Symphony, Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Lake Symphony Orchestra, and Lake Chamber Orchestra. Past performances include a Presidential concert at the White House and a Dignitary concert at the United Nations. She was Concert Master for the Villages Community Philharmonic and Ocala Chamber Orchestra.
In 2007 Rosa was a guest violinist for the Pianistic Festival di Carrara in Italy. In 2008 she began a various chamber groups.
Rosa has her Associate of Arts degree in Arts and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Performing Arts from Florida International University.  She was an Adjunct Professor at College of Central Florida.  She plays regularly at Gracework Church in Orlando as soloist for worship music.  She is concert  Master for NorthLake Presbyterian Church in the Villages and First Baptist Church of Leesburg.  Rosa also has a quartet that performs at weddings and many special events in the Orlando and Ocala areas.