About Adrienne Hyde
Get to know Adrienne Hyde
Passionate about honoring and understanding the traditions of all kinds of music, Adrienne Hyde graduated with high distinction and as a Pi Kappa Lambda Scholar from the Eastman School of Music, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance, a performance practice certificate, and a concentration in art history. Currently, she is completing a Master’s degree as a full scholarship historical performance student at the Juilliard School in NYC, where she studies baroque cello and Viola da Gamba. At Juilliard, Adrienne works extensively in the community engagement department as a Morse Teaching Artist Fellow and the Music Advancement Program’s cello Fellow, mentoring young string players, and teaching music history, music theory, and supplementing music education in NYC public schools.
A native of Northern Virginia, Adrienne has returned to the area to teach and perform, and now splits her time between teaching in NYC at Juilliard’s preparatory program, and running a private studio of cello, theory, and gamba students at home in Virginia. She is excited to join the Music and Arts team!