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Known for her broad versatility across ensembles and musical sensitivity, violinist Amelia Dietrich earned her Bachelors of Music from The Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles under the teaching of Robert Lipsett, and her Masters degree from The Juilliard School studying with Ida Kavafian. 

A passionate chamber musician, Amelia is a founding member of the Terra String Quartet, winners of the 2022 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and laureates of the Osaka, Melbourne and Banff Competitions. Amelia has concertized in chamber series across the US, Europe, and Australia including Alice Tully Hall’s Wednesdays at One, National Sawdust, The Guggenheim, Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival, ClasClas Chamber Festival in Spain, and Moritzburg Festival in Germany.

A strong advocate of community outreach and making classical music accessible for the next generation, Amelia is a Perlman Program outreach artist and has given countless interactive performances throughout the United States. While at Juilliard, she received the Gluck Fellowship, a distinguished role dedicated to bringing educational performances of classical works to the disabled community in New York City.