Adrienne Rönmark

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Adrienne Rönmark

First Violin

William & Story John Chair

DSO member since 2008

Violinist Adrienne Rönmark holds a master’s degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a bachelor’s degree with honors from The University of Michigan. She served as Assistant and Associate Concertmaster of the Ann Arbor Symphony from 1999–2007 and has been a member of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s first violin section since 2008.

An avid solo and chamber musician, Rönmark has been featured as soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on several occasions as well as the Warren, Birmingham-Bloomfield, Grosse Pointe, and Southern Great Lakes symphony orchestras. Her chamber music collaborations have taken her across the globe with artists such as Pinchas Zukerman, Nigel Kennedy, and the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings. Notably, Rönmark is a founding member of New Music Detroit (a dynamic contemporary music collective), the Gamar Duo (with her mother, former DSO cellist Debra Fayroian), and the Great Waters Quartet.

Outside of her performances, Rönmark maintains a private studio of violin students in Troy where she lives with her husband and three children.