Christine Orioline

Christine Orio is the director of the Greenman Hill Music School in Averill Park, New York, and has enjoyed a long-standing career as both a performing artist and private instructor of the violin and viola. Ms. Orio performs professionally as a violist with the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Glimmerglass Opera, and the Albany Symphony, as well as other regional orchestras in the Northeast. Her life as a freelance musician is eclectic and includes collaborations with pop stars, rock musicians, fiddlers, and Broadway legends. Most recently, Christine has begun a crossover into folk music. She finds great joy in country and Irish fiddling, as well as bluegrass and its more progressive form, known as "new grass."