Amy Barlowe, Founder

Amber Dimoff


Amber Dimoff, violinist, received her Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance, magna cum laude, from Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory and her Master of Music degree, magna cum laude, from Northwestern University. After her studies she joined the San Antonio Symphony and was a member for 3 years before moving to Seattle, Washington. Music endeavors in the Pacific Northwest included performing with the Seattle Symphony, the Seattle Opera, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Northwest Chamber Orchestra, as well as recording several movie sound tracks. After moving to Ohio, Ms. Dimoff began performing with the Columbus Symphony, Ohio Chamber Orchestra, Cleveland Ballet Orchestra, the Canton Symphony, the Chautauqua Symphony, the Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, Opera Cleveland, the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory Bach Festival, the Blossom Festival Orchestra, the Cleveland Pops, and was a founding member of both Red {an orchestra} and City Music. Ms. Dimoff is a member of the Akron Symphony, Akron Baroque, and the Grammy award winning Cleveland Chamber Orchestra and is an associate musician with the Columbus Symphony. Ms. Dimoff is the Violist in the Verditas String Quartet. She played both solo violin and viola in the pit orchestra of first national tour of the Broadway show, Book of Mormon, at the Palace Theater in Playhouse Square. Ms. Dimoff maintains a private studio of both violin and piano students. She lives in Shaker Heights with her husband Max (double bassist with The Cleveland Orchestra), daughter Isabel (cellist), and son Xavier (saxophonist). Ms. Dimoff has a full studio of violin, viola, and piano students and enjoys volunteering with her therapy dog Django in the Pet Pals program at University Hospital.