Siobhán Cronin, classically trained violinist, performs regularly with internationally recognized artists and touring shows including the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Earth Wind & Fire, Katharine McPhee, Sarah McLachlan, Bobby Vinton, Rod Stewart, and Il Volo.
Siobhan has performed with a number of orchestras, including the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, where she served as mentor and principal violist for the Civic Orchestra, as well as the Michigan Philharmonic, where she served as assistant concertmaster. She currently performs as a member of the violin section with the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
In the 2013-2014 season, Siobhan served as principal violist for the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra. As a member of the University Symphony Orchestra, She played on the 2015 Grammy-nominated recording of Milhaud’s Orestian trilogy.
In addition to her work with orchestras, Siobhan is a passionate chamber musician. She was recently appointed concertmaster and executive director of the Miami Chamber Orchestra.
She is also violinist of the Wynwood Trio, a Miami based string trio that performs recitals and events regularly.
Siobhan received her undergraduate degrees in Violin performance and Economics at the University of Michigan where she also completed her Masters Degree in Violin and Viola performance.