Flutist and musician-entrepreneur
Arielle Hansen Weinstein is the founder and director of the Boston Nonet, an innovative chamber music ensemble that engages audiences with short, energetic concerts in intimate spaces. She also directed the Albany House Concert Series, which hosts lively chamber music concerts in patrons' homes.
Arielle has appeared on stages in the US, Canada, and Europe, and has been soloist with the Brockton Symphony Orchestra at Jordan Hall, the Summit Symphony, and The Orchestra at William Paterson University, in addition to teaching at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
As the sole recipient of the 2007-2008 Fulbright-Lusk Fellowship, she studied in Paris with Philippe Bernold and was a Harriet Hale Woolley Scholar and Musician-in-Residence at the Fondation des États-Unis, performing in the PONT (Portes Ouvertes aux Nouveaux Talents) concert series.
Prize winner of the AudiMozart International Competition in Italy, Arielle studied chamber music with Robert Levin, Robert Merfeld, and Jonathan Cohler, performed for James Galway, Julius Baker, and Paula Robison, and played at l'Académie Internationale d'Été de Nice, Orford Arts Centre, and Ameropa International Chamber Music Festival in Prague, where she performed at Bertramka, Mozart's residence while finishing Don Giovanni.
Arielle was Principal Flutist of the Brockton Symphony Orchestra and Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, and the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. Her principal teacher has been world-renowned flutist Robert Stallman. Arielle graduated from Harvard University.