Haley Rudolph is in high demand as a guest conductor and string clinician, and has been invited to serve as guest conductor of the Long Island String Festival Association 2020. Ms. Rudolph is the winner of the Outstanding Conductor Award from C.W. Post University, where she served as violinist and concertmaster of the Festival Chamber Orchestra. She is the recipient of the National Graduate Conductor Scholarship sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota. Haley has conducted several music festivals, including Northport Summer Music in NY, and made her Tilles Center debut with the LIU Festival Chamber Orchestra. In August 2019, Haley conducted the New Orchestra of Sofia in Bulgaria, under the mentorship of Larry Rachleff. Ms. Rudolph served as the interim Music Director of Clarkson University Orchestra and has worked with several high-caliber ensembles including the Shenandoah Conservatory Orchestra, Stafford Symphony, String Orchestra of Brooklyn, The Orchestra Now, Bard Conservatory Orchestra, Queens College, New York Conducting Institute, and the Catholic University of America. Haley has worked as a string clinician in several school districts, including in Virginia, New York, and Ohio. She holds a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting from Bard College and a B.M. from the Crane School of Music with a concentration on violin. Ms. Rudolph has performed as a chamber musician in masterclasses with the Jerusalem String Quartet, the Alexander String Quartet, and members of the Emerson String Quartet.