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Carolyn Ohlbaum

Carolyn Ohlbaum is a classically trained violinist, but she also does strolling work and she improvises. Carolyn has studied and performed extensively on violin since age 10. Her vast experience includes orchestral work, chamber music ensembles and work as a soloist. She is equally at home in large and small venues like restaurants and cabaret/club type settings. She has performed at Wolf Trap Farm Park, Carnegie Hall and numerous locales. Professional work includes playing the strolling repertoire with the Gene Donati Orchestra and now also for Miles Stiebel and his orchestra. Carolyn has played for receptions, weddings, fundraisers, etc


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