Violinist Tammie Dyer holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from Stony Brook University, an M.M. from Rice University, and a B.M. From the University of Utah. She has studied with many of the great artists of our time, including Philip Setzer, Dorothy DeLay, Pamela Frank, Kathleen Winkler, members of the Cleveland String Quartet, the Emerson String Quartet and has attended the Tanglewood, Aspen and Sarasota music festivals. Tammie enjoys playing a variety of musical styles and is passionate about sharing the transformative experience of live music.

As an active chamber musician, Tammie performs regularly throughout the Bay Area with such groups as the Echo chamber orchestra in San Anselmo, the Hidden Valley String Orchestra in Carmel and on the Opus Series in Mendocino. Other groups include the Santa Rosa Symphony, the Mendocino Music Festival Orchestra, Symphony of the Redwoods and such venues as Davies Symphony Hall, the Greek Theater, the Fox Theater and the Gallo Center for the Arts.