Noëlle Streuber-Eden received her first violin lesson at the tender age of three and three-quarters, and the rest is history. A seventh-grader with a knack for advanced mathematics, she studied solo violin with Tamara Ringas for 7 years and is currently continuing her training with Guillaume Combet in Philadelphia. Noëlle plays on an instrument made in 2011 by Chicago-area luthier Gary Rickman.
An avid orchestra violinist, Noëlle has since 2018 served as co-concert master and soloist in various sections of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra, and is now the Associate Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Young Artist’s Orchestra. Since she thoroughly enjoys ensemble collaborations–the more innovative, the better–Noelle loves the creative, collaborative environment of Temple University’s Center for Gifted Young Musicians.
Noelle has completed violin master classes with the legendary Almita Vamos, Grammy nominee Jennifer Koh, and the Cleveland Orchestra’s Amy Lee, a master class in composition with Joe Bricker of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, and was selected for a course in conducting from Maestra Rosalind Erwin of the PYAO.
You can find Noelle’s 2022 Baroque Music Competition violin performance here.