Amanda Stenroos, General Manager
Violinist Amanda Stenroos enjoys a varied career in music as an arts administrator, performer and teacher. Amanda received her Master of Music from The University of Massachusetts Amherst and her Bachelor of Music in violin performance from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music in Berea, Ohio. Her teachers include Elizabeth Chang, Julian Ross and Annie Fullard. Amanda has performed across the US in Ohio, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Virginia, and abroad in Bolivia, Italy, Germany and Prague.
As an arts administrator, Amanda serves as the General Manager for the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival. A lover of Bach, she is co-founder and producer of the University of Massachusetts Amherst bi-annual Bach Festival and Symposium and has managed various concert series and ensembles over the years such as: Lighthouse Chamber Players, Victory Players and Norwottuck Chamber Concerts. Trained in the Suzuki method, Amanda teaches in the Suzuki program at the Northampton Community Music Center as well as in her home studio. Amanda performs frequently throughout New England, often with her string quartet the Cushman Quartet. In her free time, she enjoys biking, skiing, traveling, and house plants.
Amanda is happy to answer any questions students or parents alike may have about Green Mountain and looks forward to meeting you in the summer!