Jamie Hofman is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned performance degrees in violin (B.M.) and viola (B.M.), as well as a performer diploma for viola. His principal teachers have been Mimi Zweig, Jerry Horner, and Atar Arad.
Mr. Hofman is on faculty at the String Academy of Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Carroll University. He is Principal Violist of the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, and is also performs in the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra. He has been a member of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Louisville Orchestra and the Louisville String Quartet, quartet-in-residence at the University of Louisville, where he was also on faculty.
Mr. Hofman has performed at festivals such as the Hirosaki Chamber Music Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, European Musik Festival, Jerusalem International Festival Symphony, Pacific Music Festival, Blossom Music Festival, and the Sarasota Music Festival. Mr. Hofman won the second prize in the Chicago Viola Society solo competition and has performed as a soloist in Milwaukee with the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, the Catholic Symphony Orchestra, and on the Civic Music Artist and Ensemble series. He has been on the faculty of Eastern Music Festival during the summers since 2005.
Jamie is married to horn player Kelly Hofman and has one son. He has enjoyed working with the music students at Baptist College of Ministry.