Ashley Driscoll

Cello Teacher

Ashley Driscoll

SAA Member

Ashley Driscoll is a cello teacher and high school orchestra director in Loudoun County, Virginia, where she also serves as the conductor of the Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Symphonic Orchestra.

Ashley earned Bachelor of Music degrees in Cello Performance and Music Education, and Master of Music degrees in Cello Performance and Orchestral Conducting from West Virginia University (WVU). Her principal teachers included Erin Ellis (cello) and Mitchell Arnold (conducting). Ashley was the assistant principal cellist and graduate assistant conductor of the WVU Symphony Orchestra. She also received recognition as the university’s School of Music Outstanding Graduate.

Having completed ten levels of Suzuki training, Ashley studied under Tanya Carey, Avi Friedlander, Andrea Yun, Shu-Yi Scott, Pamela Devenport, Beth Goldstein-McKee, and Beth Cantrell.

Ashley held a teaching assistantship at the Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan before relocating to Northern Virginia as a middle and high school orchestra director. She remains an active performer and sectional coach for schools and youth orchestra programs.