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Self-employed - Actor/Musician
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Opus 118, Harlem Center for Strings
Julia Biber, celloJulia Biber
training from the Cleveland Institute of Music
, where she
Masters degree as a student of Richard Aaron and Merry Peckham, and the Mannes College of Music, where she
Bachelors in performance as a student of Barbara Stein-Mallow.An avid chamber musician, Julia attended the Kneisel Hall chamber music festival for four summers where she worked with members of the Juilliard, Borromeo, Cavani and Vermeer quartets as well as being a member of the Anne Stern Quartet, dedicated to classical music outreach in some of the rural communities in Maine.She
Suzuki training at the School of Strings
, the Colorado Suzuki Institute
and at the Suzuki Institute
in Lima, Peru, where she
worked with renowned cello pedagogue, Tanya Carey while teaching lessons and group classes to local Peruvian children.In addition to teaching at Opus
plays in various ensembles and orchestras around the city.
New York Talent Magazine
is a cellist living and working in New York City.
Equally comfortable in both classical and folk/rock world, Julia
has been heard in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center to Joe's Pub and the Living Room.
began playing the cello at age eight in Boston.
is currently a Doctoral candidate in Performance at the CUNY Graduate Center
con vivo music jersey city concert series | Musicians
Con Vivo Players Ralph Allen, Guy Figer,Mazz Swift, violinAmelia Hollander Ames, viola Julia Biber, Carolyn Jeselsohn, Yoed Nir, cello Andrew Roitstein, bass Dan Lippel, guitar Christa Robinson, Karisa Werdon, oboe Nicholas Gallas, Pavel Vinnitsky, clarinet Benjamin Grow, trumpet & conductor Sarah Craft, mezzo-soprano