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Six Centuries of Music.

Trina Roberts - Alto

Trina Roberts grew up singing folk songs with her family on long road trips (and many other places), but had never sung regularly as an adult until she joined the Harvard-Radcliffe Noteables in college. After graduating, missing regular music-making and the camaraderie of rehearsals, she discovered community-based choirs when her sister, in the same boat, talked her into trying out for one (they didn’t get in). She hasn’t looked back, having sung with eight choirs in five states before moving to Los Angeles and finding the Metropolitan Master Chorale. Her actual musical training is on the cello, which she studied with Marjorie Hunsberger and David Starkweather. Trina earned her Ph.D. in evolutionary biology from the University of Chicago and by day is Associate VP for Collections at the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County.

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