About the Artist
Todd Ehle’s artwork will be featured at the CCCMS’ Artwalk event on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.
R. Todd Ehle is a professor of Music at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, TX. He received two degrees in violin performance from the University of Northern Colorado, and did additional graduate work at the Eastman School of Music. He has been featured on NPR’s ‘Performance Today,’ and his first CD, with cellist Charles duChateau, was featured by Continental Airlines Inflight Audio in 1995. He was profiled by The Strad Magazine (London, England), in September, 2008, and has been interviewed for articles in Strings, and Chamber Music magazine. He gave his New York debut at Carnegie Hall (Weill) in 1995, and his European debut at the Czech Academy of Music in Prague, in 1997. His teaching videos on Youtube have been viewed over 7 million times.
When he’s not teaching or performing, Todd is an avid artist (Click here to visit his website). He has been painting since first grade, after receiving lessons in watercolor at a Waldorf School. The son of a mid-century composer; Todd was widely exposed to modernism in music and art, and has been particularly inspired by Pollack and Miro, as well as the album-cover art of Jim Flora and S. Neil Fujita.