Kathy Andrew (violinist), resident of Brattleboro, Vermont, is an active performer and instructor. She received degrees from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque (BA violin performance), and MM (violin) from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Andrew currently performs with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra (Assistant Concertmaster), Opera North (Concertmaster), Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the Burlington Chamber Orchestra (Co-Concertmaster), and for over two decades performed yearly with the New England Bach Festival. She has also performed with the Albany Symphony, the Berkshire Symphony (Concertmaster), the New Hampshire Symphony and the New Mexico Symphony. On period instruments she has performed with Santa Fe Pro Musica and the Arcadia Players. As chamber musician she collaborates frequently, and most recently has performed with colleagues at the Brattleboro Music Center, Dartmouth College, Middlebury College, St Michael’s College, Keene State College, and Northampton’s Unitarian Society, to name a few. She has been soloist with the Windham Orchestra and the Nashua Chamber Orchestra, and has played violin/piano recitals throughout New England. In 1998 she toured the U.S. with Eric Clapton’s “Pilgrim Tour” as a member of his 21 piece string section. Ms. Andrew has coached chamber music at Dartmouth, taught at Bennington College, Keene State College, Greenfield Community College, The Putney School, Northfield Mount Hermon, and the Eaglebrook School. Currently she teaches at the Brattleboro Music Center and has a private studio in Norwich, Vermont.