Amy Cashell - Violin
Amy began studying violin in 1993 under the instruction of Jaroslav Cinibulk. She soon began classical training under the instruction of Deborah Barron, who guided her through middle and high school. Amy placed in the first violin section in all-county orchestra for all 7 years of participation and regularly scored superior ratings at the county and state level solo and ensemble festivals. In 2001, Amy discovered bluegrass fiddle, and also learned to play mandolin under the guidance of Bob Turbanic. While her primary instrument is the violin; she has also received training in string bass, which she played in middle and high school, and is currently learning how to play alto saxophone.
Amy has been a member of the Encore Community Orchestra off and on since 1995; she played with the Baltimore Philharmonia Orchestra from 2010 to 2013, and has been a member of the Hunt Valley Symphony Orchestra since 2013. While she does love participating in orchestras, her true passion is theatre. She has been an active participant in the pit for Reisterstown Theatre Project and the Glyndon Area Players. She was most recently involved in the productions of; The Music Man, The King and I, Seussical, and Les Misérables.
When not involved with music; Amy enjoys photography, spending time with family, visiting museums, and her job as a logistics specialist.