24/25 Season Artist

Julie Andrijeski

Julie Andrijeski (violin) is a leading performer, scholar, and teacher of early music and dance.  Known for her “invigorating verve and imagination” (Washington Post) and “fiery and poetic depth” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), Andrijeski performs with diverse early music groups, mainly Atlanta Baroque Orchestra (Artistic Director/Concertmaster) and Quicksilver (Co-Director). In 2018 she was Apollo’s Fire’s concertmaster and soloist on tenor Karim Sulayman’s Grammy award-winning album Songs of Orpheus and is Music Director for Sulayman’s compelling theatrical production, Unholy Wars, that premiered at the Spoleto Festival in 2022.  Julie received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University in 2006 and joined the music faculty the following year. She is currently Head of the Historical Performance Practice Program at CWRU and continues to lead classes in early music performance practices and direct the baroque music and dance ensembles. In addition, she teaches baroque violin and stage movement at the Cleveland Institute of Music.  Special teaching engagements include a twice-yearly residency at the Juilliard School and invitations to lead workshops at similar institutions across the country.

In 2016 Julie was awarded a Creative Workforce Fellowship from Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Arts and Culture and the Thomas Binkley Award from Early Music America in recognition for her outstanding achievement in performance and scholarship.

Julie is delighted to be performing once again with Chatham Baroque with whom she was a member from 1996-2006.

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