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…an outstanding cellist with a bright future.
— Hartford Courant

Cellist Emily Taubl has attracted attention for her expressive playing and uncommon poise.  She has been featured in The New York Times as a musician of great promise, and was called “an outstanding cellist with a bright future” by the Hartford Courant.  Having performed throughout the country, she has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Hartford Symphony, Burlington Chamber Orchestra, Vermont Philharmonic, Granite State Symphony, Boston Virtuosi, New England String Ensemble, Nashua Chamber Orchestra, and the Juilliard Pre-College Symphony. 

In addition, she has been recognized as the top prizewinner in the Van Rooy Competition and the concerto competitions of the Boston Virtuosi, New England String Ensemble, and Juilliard pre-college division. She has been featured as a performer at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival in Los Angeles, as well as a soloist for The Colors of Claude Debussy: A 150th Birthday Celebration on Boston’s WGBH.

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

Emily teaches at the University of Vermont and privately. She is also the Founder and Program Director of the Conservatory Audition Workshop - a program that trains top string students to succeed at auditions.