Violinist Alissa Jackman is a multi-genre musician based out of New York City. You can catch her playing anything from classical to funk, jazz, fiddling, or rock. Alissa performs with her acoustic as well as her 7-string electric Viper violin. She freelances with bands and other artists playing clubs and bars in NYC, such as Don’t Tell Mama’s and Sony Hall, and is an active studio musician.
Alissa is a music educator and an education activist. In addition teaching her studio of private students and classroom music students, she has performed in multiple benefit concerts to help support music education, such as the Muzart World Foundation’s We Are Hope concert and various concerts for the Electrify Your Music Foundation. She was also featured as a student spokesperson for the Electrify Your Strings program in an interview on ABC with the program’s founder. Alissa has been on faculty at Strings Without Boundaries since 2019 and was on faculty for the Mark Wood Rock Orchestra Camp in 2021.
Alissa received her BM in Violin Performance, studying under Cyrus Beroukhim, and her MA in Music Education from NYU Steinhardt.
- Off Broadway
- NYC/Tri-State Area
Interested in touring?
- Music Director/Conductor (Not Pianist)
- Pit Musician (Other)
- Music Contractor/Coordinator
- Voice Teacher (Educational Institution)
My Primary Instrument
- Guitar - acoustic
- Violin - fiddle
- Electric Violin
- Home Studio Whiz