Robbie Ann Jackson
...Robbie Ann Jackson (Musician) has been a professional musician and teacher for over 25 years.She studied music education at Samford University with a concentration in vocal performance.She is a past member of Music Educators National Convention.She has continued her education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where she will receive her B.A. in Communication Studies in December 2006.Robbie has served several churches as music and youth director throughout her career.Her latest position was at the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, FL as a piano and voice teacher and high school girls' ensemble director.Robbie has composed for Alabama Public Television programs ad educational documentaries while a studio musician at The Center for Public Television in Tuscaloosa , AL . In 1984 she gave a piano and vocal solo performance of original compositions at the World Trade Center in NYC.Robbie
has accompanied ballet classes since 1983, having played at the State of Alabama Ballet School, Birmingham-Southern Conservatory of Dance, UAB Ballet and the Alabama School of Fine Arts
.She was a pianist for CDF from 1987-1991.
While at CDF
in 1987, she
composed the music for the ballet, "The Adventures of Madeline," which students performed at the International Festival of Arts' Salute to France . Robbie
returned to CDF
in September of this year.