ADRIANA LINARES, viola
earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University, and her Masters degree from Temple University, where she studied with Roberto Diaz. Her recent solo engagements include the Carnegie Hall American premiere of Venezuelan composer Modesta Bor’s Sonata. She has also performed as featured soloist with the Virtuosi de Caracas, the Middletown Symphony, the Illinois Philharmonic and the Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra. She teaches a large private studio, and is the founder and Director of ArcoNet and the Elite Strings Program in North Wales, PA. In addition, Adriana performs as acting assistant principal viola with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, and the Pennsylvania Sinfonia, is a founding member and violist with the Dali Quartet, and is Principal Viola in Philadelphia’s newly formed Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra.