Aris Doike, born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, graduated from Moanalua High School and is an alumni of the Hawaii Youth Symphony. He received his musical training with a Bachelor’s of Music Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Performer’s Diploma from Southern Methodist University, where he studied with renowned soloist, Andres Diaz, and principal of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Adkins. He has nationally performed recitals in Hawaii, Colorado, Texas, and internationally at Kaohsiung and Ping Tung, Taiwan.
Aris was also the recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship from National Public Radio’s “From the Top” and the Theodore Presser Scholarship. Most recently, Aris was a cello teacher for the Dallas Symphony’s Young Strings Program, various schools within the Dallas metroplex and also a member of the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra in Dallas, TX.
At HYS, Aris was promoted to Operations Manager, from Academy Coordinator, in July 2017. As Operations Manager, Aris is responsible for ensuring that the scheduling and production of the orchestras’ rehearsals, concerts, tours, and special events run smoothly and effectively.
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