Deborah Rodin began her violin studies in her native Chicago with her uncles. She continued with Jacque Israelavitch before entering Indiana University where she was a student of Josef Gingold, Tadeusz Wronski, and Henryk Kowlaski.
Deborah is a member of the first violin section of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, having held a similar post in the Italian National Radio Orchestra of Turin. Currently principal second violin of the Marion Philharmonic, she has been Assistant Concertmaster of the Sinfonia da Camera of Urbana, Illinois. She had been a frequent guest of Suzuki and Friends, a pre-eminent chamber ensemble, and the Cameo Trio. Presently, she leads the Serafini String Quartet.
Deborah has presented solo recitals at Butler University, and at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in conjunction with the First Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. Deborah has written a faith-based cookbook, “Food for Thought” available on Amazon.com.