Peter Jandula-Hudson is a Polish-born violist, who emigrated to the U.S. in 1987 to study at Indiana University. He later became an assistant principal violist and principal violist with New Mexico Symphony in Albuquerque. After six years in New Mexico he moved to Los Angeles where he quickly became a very successful studio musician playing on movie scores with such luminary composers as John Williams, James Horner, Hans Zimmer, John Debny and many others. He has also been very active in live orchestral work, performing with the Los Angeles Opera, Pasadena Symphony, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and Redlands Symphony.
From 1999 to 2010 Jandula-Hudson was a member of Megan Mullaly’s (star of the sitcom "Will and Grace") band Supreme Music Program, making recordings and touring, performing at venues in the U.S. and abroad.
Jandula-Hudson currently resides in Cambria, Calif., where he performs with Symphony of the Vines, Opera San Luis Obispo and San Luis Obispo Symphony. In 2012 he formed Duo Il Ripasso with pianist Torsten Juul-Borre with scheduled performances around the Central Coast and abroad.
Jandula-Hudson performs on a viola made for him in 2002 by the renowned Polish luthier Jan Pawlikowski.