Erin Schreiber

Erin Schreiber

First Violin

Assistant Concertmaster

Erin Schreiber joined the St. Louis Symphony as Assistant Concertmaster in September 2008, at the age of 20. She has appeared in recital throughout the U.S., as well as in London, Sweden, Italy, and Germany. Schreiber has collaborated with diverse artists including Thomas Hampson and John Novacek, and has toured with jazz legend Chris Botti to Shanghai, Mexico City, and Eastern Europe. She has also performed for such dignitaries as Colin Powell and President Jimmy Carter.

Schreiber made her STL Symphony solo debut with a performance of Berio’s Corale (on Sequenza VIII) in 2011, and played Vaughan Williams’s The Lark Ascending for the Opening Weekend concerts of the 2014-15 season, with both programs conducted by Music Director David Robertson. She has also appeared as a soloist with the Richardson, Gateway, Alton, and Missouri symphony orchestras, playing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto with the Missouri Symphony in 2015. 

In the summers she has performed at Festival Mozaic in California, Olympic Music Festival in Washington, and for the past six years, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony in Idaho, where she was featured playing the Lou Harrison Suite for Violin and American Gamelan in 2015.

Erin Schreiber attended the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia from 2005-08, studying with Joseph Silverstein, Pamela Frank, and Jaime Laredo. Past teachers have included Roland and Almita Vamos, Elisa Barston, and Robert Lipsett.