Lisa Grodin is a tenured player with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, where she has frequently played principal roles on violin and viola for over 20 years. She has performed in the United States and abroad with Les Arts Florissants, Capella Savaria, La Cetra, Collegium Cartusianum, American Bach Soloists, Smithsonian Chamber Players, Santa Fe Pro Musica, and Del Sol Quartet. Grodin studied at Oberlin Conservatory and was awarded a fellowship at Eastman School of Music, where she earned her Master’s degree. Since 2004, she has been the Music Director at The Crowden School, and also teaches at U.C. Berkeley’s Young Musicians Program.