Kristin Stiteler is a native of Ohio. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education at The Ohio State University where she studied violin with Michael Davis. While at OSU, she also studied jazz saxophone and holds the distinction of being the first female bass drummer in the history of The Ohio State University Marching Band.
Kristin has performed as a violinist and violist with several symphony orchestras throughout Ohio, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She joined the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra in 2003 and has served as both Principal Viola and Symphony Librarian during her tenure. She serves as Principal Viola of the Snyder Memorial Church Orchestra and performs with several chamber ensembles including the Vilasi Quartet, the Cumberland Quartet, and the newly formed chamber music society, FayAllegro.
Kristin is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher and is starting her 18th year teaching. She is an Orchestra Director in the Cumberland County School System (Gray’s Creek), and began conducting the Cumberland County Youth Orchestra in 2003. She maintains a small private studio of violin, viola, and classical mandolin students.