Siroth Charnond, M.D., F.A.C.P.

MOCM President
Internal Medicine, private practice

An avid violinist and violist, Siroth Charnond began his musical studies on the piano at age four, then on the violin at the age of six in John Kendall’s Suzuki education program at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He was a first violinist in the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra and the Missouri All-State String Orchestra concertmaster. After high school, he attended medical school at the University of Missouri – Kansas City, where he also served for one year as a first violinist in the conservatory orchestra.

In recent years he has concentrated on both solo repertoire and chamber music. As a sought-after ensemble musician, he has played extensively in multiple chamber ensembles, both privately and in workshops. He frequently concertizes throughout the year as concertmaster of the Forte Chamber Orchestra, first violinist in the Webster University Orchestra, violinist in the Stringhaven Piano Trio, and violinist in the Eads String Quartet.

Dr. Charnond completed medical school in 1995 and residency training in Internal Medicine in 1998. Since then, he has been in private medical practice in Lake St. Louis, MO. He and his family live in St. Charles, where he is passing on his love for music to his two young children.