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Judith Steinmeyer



Biography

Judith Steinmeyer started her career in 1981 as a violinist in the United States Air Force Band. She was a member of the USAF Strolling Strings, Symphony Orchestra, and Chamber Orchestra, as well as a featured soloist with various performing ensembles. Since leaving the Air Force in 1985, Ms. Steinmeyer has performed with such artists as Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Luciano Pavarotti, Gloria Estefan, and Plant/Page. She has been involved in several television productions such as the Disney Teacher Awards, Christmas in Washington, CBS Salute to the Troops, and Inaugural television productions in honor of Presidents Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and G.W. Bush. During her military and civilian career, Ms. Steinmeyer has had the opportunity to perform around the world. Locally, she has been a featured soloist with the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, led her own group Era at the Air and Space Museum, and performed with the National Symphony Orchestra. She has performed with the Washington Chamber Symphony for the past nine years.
Judith Steinmeyer