"Exquisite" - The New York Times
"One of North America's Brightest and Best" -Early Music America
Sought after as leader, collaborator and teacher across the US, Adriane Post formed her first string quartet at age eleven and was hooked. During her time at Oberlin Conservatory she found the baroque violin and a curiosity for exploring musical style. Post now dedicates her time to performing and teaching Baroque, Classical and Early Romantic repertoire on historical instruments.
A founding member of ACRONYM Ensemble and Diderot String Quartet, she is Associate Principal soloist with Apollo's Fire and former Concertmaster of the Washington National Cathedral Orchestra, tenured member of Handel + Haydn Society, and frequent guest artist and soloist with Four Nations Ensemble and Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra. She has appeared with Harry Bicket and The English Concert, with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants in Thiré, France, as guest concertmaster with groups such as Seraphic Fire in Miami, The Thirteen in D.C. and New York Baroque Inc. Recent tour and festival appearances include Carnegie Hall, Caramoor, Tanglewood, Ravinia and Carmel Bach Festival and teaching has brought her to Oberlin's Baroque Performance Institute, The Smithsonian, De Paul University and Cincinnati Conservatory. Post completed a Bachelor of Music at Oberlin Conservatory and a Masters with the inaugural class of The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program. Based in Chicago, Post was born and raised in Vermont.