Emily Taubl, cello


The cellist Emily Taubl has attracted attention for her expressive playing and uncommon poise. She has been called “an outstanding cellist with a bright future” by the Hartford Courant and appeared as a concerto soloist with the Hartford Symphony, Boston Virtuosi, Granite State Symphony, Nashua Chamber Orchestra, and New England String Ensemble.

She has been featured as a soloist at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival in Los Angeles, on the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Prelude Concert Series, and for The Colors of Claude Debussy: A 150th Birthday Celebration on Boston’s WGBH that was broadcast internationally. In addition, she has been recognized as the top prizewinner in the Van Rooy Competition.


Having studied at the Julliard School, Yale School of Music, New England Conservatory, and the Hartt School, her major teachers include Paul Katz, Aldo Parisot, Ardyth Alton, and Mihai Tetel. In the past, she has worked closely with Itzhak Perlman, Jesse Levine, Claude Frank, Nancy Allen, Roger Tapping, and the Tokyo String Quartet.


Emily now lives in Burlington, VT where she teaches at the University of Vermont, Middlebury College, and Saint Michael's College. She also founded and runs the Conservatory Audition Workshop that prepares string students for auditions at top music schools.