Musicians

Beth Wenstrom Violin



Helicon Performances

Symposium 138-CONCERTS AVEC PLUSIEURS INSTRUMENTS
Symposium 137-CHILDREN OF ORPHEUS
VS4-December, 2020: THE INVENTION OF THE SONATA
Symposium 134-CONCERTS AVEC PLUSIEURS INSTRUMENTS
Symposium 133-QUINTESSENTIAL II
Symposium 123-RESTORATION
Helicon at Trinity Wall Street — Concerts at One: Sunken Cathedral
Symposium 120 - Transalpina
Symposium 117 - “Sonata, what do you want of me?”
Symposium 112 - The Grand Concerto

Beth Wenstrom is a dynamic performer, taking her skills as chamber musician, soloist, concertmaster, and orchestral violinist around the US and internationally with a variety of ensembles. She has been praised for her “vitality and eloquent phrasing, as well as agility” (The Strad) and The New Yorker has described her chamber performances as “elegant and sensual, stylishly wild.” As a soloist and concertmaster, Beth has performed with Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra, Sebastian Chamber Players, New York Baroque Incorporated, and Quodlibet Ensemble.

Beth is a founding member of Wayward Sisters, winner of the 2011 Early Music America/Naxos Competition as well as an original member of the “vital and vibrant” ensemble, ACRONYM (Classics Today). Beth has also appeared with Apollo’s Fire, the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, as well as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and loves recording with artists such as children’s singer-songwriter Justin Roberts and film score composer Evan Wilson. Beth is a regular guest conductor with the Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, leading from the violin, and is the string coach for SUNY Stony Brook’s baroque ensemble. She is a recurring teacher at the Amherst Early Music Festival as well as Oberlin’s Baroque Performance Institute.