STEPHANIE GRIFFIN, principal viola at New Jersey’s Princeton Symphony Orchestra, has been named executive director of Associated Chamber Music Players. Griffin is a founding member of the Momenta Quartet, and has given over 200 chamber concerts at venues including the Library of Congress and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., and led residencies at Cornell University, New York University, and the Eastman School of Music. She performs regularly with New York’s contemporary music ensemble Continuum, and has given American premieres of major works by European composers. As a composer and improvisor, Griffin is the recipient of fellowships from the Instituto Sacatar (Brazil), the Jerome Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, and Music Omi. She earned a DMA at Juilliard in 2003. Associated Chamber Music Players was founded 72 years ago to provide programs and services supporting chamber music activities for individuals, groups, and institutions.