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Julie Andrijeski (violin) is a performer, scholar, and teacher of early music and dance. She is Artistic Director and Concertmaster of the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Co-Director of the New York-based early music ensemble Quicksilver, and Principal Player with Apollo’s Fire, and performs with a plethora of other ensembles across the nation and abroad. As a full-time Senior Instructor in the Music Department at Case Western Reserve University, she teaches early music performance practices and directs the Baroque Music and Dance Ensembles; she is also Teacher of Baroque Violin at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Special teaching engagements include a bi-annual residency at the Juilliard School and invitations to lead workshops at learning institutions, most recently the Oberlin Conservatory, the Peabody Conservatory, Indiana University, and the University of Michigan. A native of Boise, Idaho, Andrijeski holds a doctoral degree in Early Music from CWRU and Violin Performance degrees from Northwestern University (M.M.) and the University of Denver (B.M.). Her recordings can be found on Acis Productions, Dorian Recordings, Avie, Koch, Centaur, Musica Omnia, and various independent labels. In 2016 she 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 as CWRU ensemble director.