Joshua Hunton is a New York-based violist, whose performance experience spans opera, ballet, chamber, and symphonic repertory, to live silent film accompaniment and modern dance collaboration. Current projects include exploring the music of living composers. Versed in the pedagogies of Paul Rolland, Shinichi Suzuki, Karen Tuttle, and Mimi Zweig, he maintains a studio in Chinatown and serves as a teaching artist with both the Harmony Program and the Noel Pointer Foundation. He has also held a position as Adjunct Instructor for violin and viola at NYU Steinhardt.
Mr. Hunton received his B.M. in Viola Performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and his M.M. in Viola Performance and Advanced Certificate in Music Education from NYU Steinhardt. His teachers have included Stephanie Baer, Ronald Carbone, Stephen Wyrczynski, Masumi Rostad, and Peter Slowik.