Joel Dallow has been a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1999. He has previously held principal positions in the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Reading Symphony Orchestra, and the Haddonfield Symphony. He has performed regularly with the Philadelphia Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.
In addition to his orchestral career, Mr. Dallow is a chamber musician and founder of Riverside Chamber Players, Inc. Created in 2003, this ensemble is dedicated to performing high quality chamber music concerts in the outlying suburbs of Atlanta. As part of its mission, the group provides educational concerts for the Fulton County School System. As a soloist, Mr. Dallow has performed with the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Gettysburg Symphony Orchestra and with the Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey.
He performed regularly with Music For All Seasons, Inc., an organization devoted to the importance of providing the healing power of music to those most in need: residents of hospitals, nursing homes, geriatric centers, prisons, and special facilities for children. His teachers included Stephen Kates, Orlando Cole, William Stokking, Myron Lutzke, and David Geber. Mr. Dallow is a 1994 graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University and a recipient of the Israel Dorman memorial award for achieving excellence in performance.
Joel Dallow, born as the second of triplets, grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey in a musical family. His mother is a concert pianist and writer, and his father is a pianist and composer. He currently resides in Roswell with his wife Mary Ellen and their three children.