Jocelyn Vorenberg has been a violinist with Richmond Symphony since 2003. She frequently plays solo and chamber music recitals with colleagues throughout the country. Dr. Vorenberg holds degrees from Interlochen Arts Academy, Rice University, and the Cleveland Institute of Music, and a doctorate from The Catholic University of America. In addition to her active concert life, she has recently completed her three year training to become an Alexander Technique teacher, a self-study that eventually rids the body of unnecessary tension in your daily life. Dr. Vorenberg runs a private studio in Richmond, VA as a violin teacher and an Alexander Technique teacher. She has led workshops in the Technique for singers, dancers, musicians, and the general public. In addition to her active concert life, she runs a private studio in Richmond, VA as a violin teacher and an Alexander Technique teacher. Jocelyn has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University, Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, The Cleveland Institute of Music Preparatory Program, and The Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, North Carolina. When not performing or teaching, she enjoys being active in the pool, outside, and on a yoga mat. She is the lucky mother of 2.5 year old twins, Avery and Campbell, and wife to Andy, a colorectal surgeon in Richmond, VA.