Violinist JANELLE DAVIS enjoys a varied career as a collaborative chamber musician, orchestral player, and soloist with various North American early-music ensembles including Mountainside Baroque, North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, New Trinity Baroque, Bourbon Baroque, and the Pittsburgh Baroque Ensemble. At home in the Midwest, she plays with the Haymarket Opera Company, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Musik Ekklesia, Bach Collegium Fort Wayne, and is co-director of the chamber music ensemble, Generation Harmonique.
Janelle has performed internationally in China , Europe and the U.K. , has recorded for the IndieBarok label, Cedille records and IU Press, and has been heard in programs for PBS and live on Chicago ’s WFMT classical radio.
A devoted educator, Janelle has taught public school orchestra, served on the faculty of youth music festivals, is a frequent guest artist of the music department at Grand Valley State University, and was appointed an Assistant Instructor while pursuing a doctoral degree at Indiana University with Stanley Ritchie.
In addition to violin, Janelle is a writer, production assistant, and podcast host for the syndicated early music radio program, Harmonia.