Martha Robinson began studying cello as a 6-year-old in the Suzuki program at Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from the University of Missouri- St. Louis where she studied under Kurt Baldwin and the Arianna String Quartet.

 

       In her career, Martha has played with numerous ensembles and taught lessons in California, Illinois, Missouri, and South Dakota. Currently, she performs with the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra and maintains a full studio of private students. She also serves as the Youth Director at First Presbyterian Church in Rapid City. 

 

     Martha loves to make music with her husband, Paul. They have two children: a 7-year-old daughter, Emsley, who plays Suzuki violin, and a new baby and future cellist, Astoria.