Mrs. Amy Robinson is active as an educator and saxophone performer. She completed two master’s degrees at Illinois State University (ISU) in Conducting and Saxophone Performance. She also holds a Bachelor in Music Education from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (SRU).
Mrs. Robinson is in her first year as Assistant Band Director at Iowa Park CISD. She teaches the high school marching band, color guard/winter guard, concert band, and jazz band, as well as middle school concert band and beginner classes. Before she joined the faculty at Iowa Park CISD, Mrs. Robinson taught for a year at James Martin High School in Arlington, TX and three years at Krum ISD in Krum, TX. At these schools, she has taught middle school and high school concert band, marching band, beginner classes, jazz band, color guard, and winter guard and won superior ratings with all of these ensembles.
As a saxophonist Mrs. Robinson has performed on national and international stages. She has performed at the World Saxophone Congress in Strasbourg, France, and at several national and regional North American Saxophone Alliance conferences in 2019, 2018, 2016, and 2015. Mrs. Robinson has also performed with her saxophone quartet at the Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium and was a semi-finalist in the 2014 NASA Saxophone Quartet Competition. She currently performs with the Carrollton Wind Symphony, who performed at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic this year. Mrs. Robinson is a member of professional organizations for saxophonists, conductors, and educators, including TMEA, TBA, NASA, and NAfME.
Mrs. Robinson and her husband, Corey, enjoy playing board games, golf, and spending time with their cats, Beesley and Halpert.