Beth Joy Fowler

Beth Joy Fowler, Allegro Strings & Dorian Fiddles

Beth Joy Fowler has been a music teacher of choirs, strings, orchestras, and handbells in several public and private schools. Fowler graduated cum laude with a degree in Music Education from Asbury College. She studied violin at the University of KY with Abraham Mishkind, and attended graduate school at Wright State University. Fowler started the strings programs in four school systems and directed multiple choirs, orchestras, and handbell choirs in several churches. She was the past president of the Dayton Federation Music Club and was an active violinist in the Charlotte Philharmonic for over ten years.

Fowler’s current responsibilities include teaching violin at Wingate University. She is the director of Allegro Strings and Dorian Fiddles, ensembles of Union Symphony youth. She is a member of the American Suzuki Assoc., NC Suzuki Teachers Assoc., AGEHR, MENC, and Mu Phi Epsilon Music Fraternity.