Adrienne Walsh is a professional violinist and pianist who plays regularly with Symphony in C in Philadelphia and the Allentown Symphony Orchestra. She also freelances with various classical groups including the New Jersey State Opera and the Center City Opera in Philadelphia. She has toured in Italy and Austria with various orchestras and has performed with renowned soloists including Emmanuel Ax and Midori. She studied violin with Arnold Grossi and David Arben, first violinist and Associate Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra, respectively. She also studied piano with Marion Zarzecna of the Curtis Institute in Philly.
A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Ms. Walsh has been teaching piano and violin for many years and her students have been invited to audition and been accepted by both Juilliard, Mannes College New School of Music in New York, and Rowan University. Her piano students have participated in the Princeton Festival Piano Competition, and her violin students have auditioned and been accepted to the Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra. She currently holds a full teaching schedule in addition to her performance schedule as an orchestra member.