Violist Joshua Lohner enjoys an active and multifaceted as a performer and music educator. As an orchestral musician, he performs with various orchestras in New York and Pennsylvania, including the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphoria, the Binghamton Philharmonic, and is a member of Harrisburg Symphony and the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra. Joshua holds a Master’s Degree from the Eastman School of Music and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Utah. His education also included a year of study abroad at the Netherlands’ Rotterdam Conservatory.
As a chamber musician, Joshua is a founding member of the Maven Piano Quartet and a former member of the Alloro String Quartet. He performs often and has recorded with the Syracuse Society for New Music as a soloist and chamber musician. In the Netherlands, he played with the Laurók Piano Quartet and the CODARTS String Quartet, which was featured in a national radio broadcast on the Netherlands’ Radio 4, as well as a performance in De Doelen Concertgebouw. As a frequent collaborator with musicians in the Rochester area, Joshua has appeared in chamber ensemble performances in the Rochester Fringe Festival and WXXI’s Live from Hochstein.