Devon Oviedo began her violin training at the age of three in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Washington Adventist University and is in demand as a violinist and educator in the Washington D.C. area. She maintains a large and diverse private teaching studio and is on faculty at Norwood School, in Bethesda, MD, as the lower school strings teacher. Devon is the director and co-founder of the String Orchestra Camp at Summer at Norwood. Since 2002, Devon has been a member of the New England Symphonic Ensemble. With the ensemble, she performs regularly at Carnegie Hall and has traveled to over 30 countries. Some of the highlights of her international performances include playing in the Dom Cathedral for the opening of the 2008 and 2009 Salzburg Festivals in Austria; performing for the King and Princess of Thailand in Bangkok; participating in the Festival of the Aegean in Syros, Greece and in the International String Workshop in Graz, Austria; and raising money and playing for AIDS orphans in Zimbabwe. Other favorite venues include the Lincoln Center in New York City; Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.; St. Martin and the Fields in London, England; and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. Her primary teachers have included Virginia Gene Rittenhouse and Marylou Speaker-Churchill. Outside of music, Devon loves to spend time with her family and friends, travel, try out various crafts, and visit the Smithsonian National Zoo.