Joelle Arnhold - Violin/Viola
Joelle Arnhold has appeared as a featured artist at the Kennedy Center, Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival, and the Rome Chamber Music Festival.
She is the recipient of both the Olga Von Hartz and Israel Dorman Memorial Award for Strings from the Peabody Conservatory, where she also served as the head Humanities Department teaching assistant, and as a Music Theory faculty associate. She is a member of the American Viola Society, with which she has appeared as lecture-recitalist.
In addition to teaching violin and viola at The Bryn Mawr School, Dr. Arnhold directs the orchestras at the Levine School in Silver Spring, teaches music at Greenspring Montessori, and enjoys a private violin/viola studio in Baltimore. As a guest educator, Dr. Arnhold has given masterclasses, recitals, and lectures at the University of Minnesota, Bethany College (KS), Macalester College (MN), and Utah State University.
She holds degrees from the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings at Mercer University (B.M., summa cum laude), and the Peabody Conservatory (M.M. and D.M.A.) where she studied with Victoria Chiang.