Bethany Moss began playing the violin at the age of four. Her awards include winning the 2012 Fox Valley Symphony Youth Soloist Competition and performing the first movement of the Wieniawski Concerto No. 2 in D minor with orchestra, earning the 2nd place prize in the Miroslav Pansky Memorial Concerto Competition, receiving an honorable mention in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Auditions, and being named a Semi-Finalist in the Madison Symphony Orchestra’s Bolz Young Artist Competition. She also won a scholarship to attend the Indiana University Summer String Academy, and in 2011 won an Emerson Scholarship to attend the Interlochen Summer Music Camp where she performed in the World Youth Symphony Orchestra. In 2010 she won the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Concerto Competition and gave three performances of the first movement of the Khachaturian Violin Concerto. She previously performed in a master class for internationally acclaimed concert/recording artist Midori. Bethany regularly serves as a section violinist in the professional Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra. She is a student of Samantha George and participates in studio classes at the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music. Bethany enjoys her church youth group, homeschool teen group, learning Latin, and reading all kinds of books.