Gina Dyches has performed as a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician in the U.S. and Asia. She obtained her Master of Music in violin performance at Rice University where she studied with internationally renowned educator Kathleen Winkler. She has participated in masterclasses for Martin Beaver, Andrew Jennings, and Daniel Phillips and she remains an active orchestral musician, playing with some of the country’s most exciting new groups including Kaleidoscope in Los Angeles, Nu Deco Ensemble in Miami and The Chelsea Symphony in New York City.
In addition to performing, Gina enjoys teaching and is a strong advocate for arts funding and community accessibility. She is a Suzuki-certified teacher and has taught for prestigious music education non-profits like the Harmony Program and Turtle Bay Music School. As an arts administrator, she helped develop the rental program at Roulette Intermedium, a contemporary performance venue that provides opportunities for the community and individuals to produce events at reasonable costs. Gina is currently working in the Special Events department at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.