Adrienne Harmon received a bachelor’s degree in violin performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2008. While an undergraduate, Harmon was Assistant Concertmaster of the Canton Symphony Orchestra and played with the National Repertory Orchestra. Her master’s degree in violin performance is from DePaul University where she studied with Ilya Kaler. While a master’s student, she was the Associate Concertmaster of the DePaul Symphony and Principal Second Violin of the Chicago Civic Orchestra. Harmon has also received Suzuki training and taught at Hibbard Elementary School in Chicago.
After completing her graduate degree, she accepted the position at Western Kentucky University as adjunct violin professor, and began playing as a substitute with the Nashville Symphony. Last season, she became Assistant Concertmaster of the Chattanooga Symphony and began teaching at Lipscomb as adjunct violin professor. This season, Adrienne Harmon is excited to serve as Concertmaster of the Nashville Opera. She enjoys cooking and lives in Franklin, Ky. with her husband Mitchell.