Joshua Ulrich

Joshua Ulrich joined the award-winning Altius Quartet in the spring of 2014.  Joshua has performed internationally as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician.  He is quickly establishing a reputation as recitalist and chamber musician having collaborated with such artists as James Tocco, Awadagin Pratt, and Sandra Rivers. He is currently a candidate for the degree of Doctorate of Musical Arts at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.  

Joshua completed his studies with renowned pedagogues: Won-Bin Yim, Dorothy Delay, Hyo Kang, Joel Smirnoff, and Cho-Liang Lin and has performed in master classes taught by Midori, Pinchas Zuckerman, Cheeyun Kim, and Igor Ozim.  He has been awarded fellowships at the Aspen Music Festival and Bowdoin International Music Festival and was a Shouse Artist at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival.  As an orchestral musician, Joshua is a regular substitute with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, an associate musician with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, and the Associate Concertmaster of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Indiana.

Joshua is currently a student at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he and the Altius Quartet are the Graduate Quartet-in-Residence working with the Takács Quartet. He is studying privately with Ed Dusinberre, Károly Schranz, and Lina Bahn.

Joshua plays on a violin made by Franz Kinberg in 1966.