Arianna Edvenson is an active performer and teacher who resides in the Coralville/Iowa City area in Iowa. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Clarinet Performance and Pedagogy with a concentration in Musicology at the University of Iowa as a student of Jorge Montilla Moreno. Before completing her course work, she actively performed in the University of Iowa Symphony Band and Symphony Orchestra. She also previously taught weekly lessons to over 40 middle school students in the Clear Creek Amana School District in Tiffin, IA. Currently, Arianna serves as an Arts Share Graduate Research Assistant through UIowa's Office of Outreach and Engagement and teaches weekly lessons to nearly 20 students in her private studio. She was also recently appointed as Adjunct Instructor of Clarinet at Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids and at Black Hawk College in Moline, IL.
Arianna received her Master of Music degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of New Mexico as a student of Keith Lemmons. During her time in Albuquerque, she maintained a private studio and performed in the UNM Symphony Orchestra, UNM Wind Symphony, and in the Great Value Woodwind Quintet. She received her undergraduate degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of Northern Iowa, where she studied with Amanda McCandless. While at UNI, Arianna had the opportunity to perform with the Northern Iowa Wind Symphony, as well the Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra.