Adjunct Professor, School of Music
- M.Mus., Cleveland Institute of Music
- B.Mus., Cleveland Institute of Music
Natalie Rudoi began her violin studies at the age of five. Her former teachers have included Kimberly Fisher, Principal Second of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Yumi Ninomiya Scott, faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music, David Cerone, Linda Cerone, and William Preucil, Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra.
Ms. Rudoi was a student at Temple University Music Prep’s Center for Gifted Young Musicians. Ms. Rudoi has appeared as soloist with the Kennett Symphony Orchestra, the Manalapan Battleground Symphony Orchestra, and the Cleveland Institute of Music Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Rudoi has received numerous scholarships and awards including the Lou Kotlus Memorial Award for Outstanding Performance, the Tuesday Musical Society Scholarship Award, and the Starling Scholarship Award at ENCORE School for Strings. Ms. Rudoi performs with Symphony in C under music director Rossen Milanov.
Academic Specialties & Interests:
- Applied Violin
- Symphony Orchesrtra
Teaching at Cairn since 2009