Cellist Christina Gullans, praised for her “incredible depth” [Broadway World Review] on stage and “haunting” [Boston Arts Review] sound, is an avid performer with an interest in music semiology. Christina is a former member of the Boston String Quartet. She has performed with Maestro Lorin Maazel’s Castleton Festival Orchestra and with Maestro Josep Vincent’s World Orchestra. She also participated in The Aspen Summer Festival Orchestra, The Spoleto Music Festival, Music Without Borders, and The Aurora Chamber Music Festival. She has had live performances broadcast on WGBH, IPR, and SIRIUS XM RADIO. In 2011, she was honored as Ambassador of Peace from the Fundacion Cultural de Praz in Santiago, Spain. She holds an M.M. from Indiana University where she was awarded a Music Merit Award and E. Heinz Scholarship. Her past teachers include; Janos Starker, Helga Winold, Csaba Onczay, Elizabeth Simkin, and John Sant’Ambrogio. She plays an American cello made by Charles Albert in 1886.

Photo by Eli Perez