Rosa Li recently graduated with honors from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where she earned a Bachelor of Music and Performer Diploma in Piano Performance, as well as a minor in Economics. While at IU, Rosa served as an Associate Instructor of Piano and worked for two years as a part of a select student team for Project Jumpstart, the founding organization of the Jacobs School’s Office of Entrepreneurship and Career Development. She has recently held marketing and development internships with Portland Piano International, the Pacifica Quartet, and Chamber Music Northwest. Rosa’s goal is to maintain an active career as a pianist while being professionally involved in a performing arts organization that aims to support music education and developing music technologies.
What attracted you to the ARAD program?
I was attracted to the ARAD program for its unique course structure, its small class size, and its location. I appreciate that about half of my courses may be electives, and I feel grateful to be included in a cohort of passionate, driven young professionals. I find New York City endlessly inspiring, and I feel privileged to study here.
How are your studies helping to advance your career goals?