About Ms. Sutton

Ttammy suttonammy Sutton is a violinist and director of The Dayton Oaks Orchestra Program.  Ms. Sutton received her Bachelor’s of Music in Violin Performance (BM), Graduate Performance Degree (GPD), and teaching certificate from The Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland where she studied violin with the legendary Herbert Greenberg.  A seasoned professional, she has been performing as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player for the past twenty five years in the Baltimore area.  A member of the Baltimore Opera Company, Ms. Sutton also performs with The Baltimore Choral Arts Society, The Morgan State Choir, The Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Concert Artists of Baltimore, and The Howard Country Concert Orchestra.  Ms. Sutton also is the owner and coordinator of The Antares Musicians, a local chamber music ensemble.

Ms. Sutton has performed with a wide variety of famous musicians including: The Moody Blues, The Three Irish Tenors, Mannheim Steamroller, Renee Fleming, Joshua Bell, Pinchas Zuckerman, Cho-Liang Lin, Yo-Yo Ma, Josef Gingold, David Zinman, Sir Neville Mariner, Christopher Wolfe, Leonard Slatkin, Jaime Laredo, Andre Watts, and Leon Fleisher. As an orchestral player, she has played at many venues including: Wolf Trap, The Kennedy Center, The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, The National Press Club, The United Nations, The Blossom Music Center, Merriweather Post Pavillion, Academy of Music, Strathmore, and The Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts. Ms. Sutton has traveled the United States and Russia with The American-Russian Orchestra, The National Repertory Orchestra and The National Orchestral Institute.