Based in New York City, Molly Aronson is a cellist known for her "solidity and verve" (San Francisco Classical Voice). Performing throughout the US and internationally, she has appeared on the Embassy Series in Washington, D.C., Chateau Festival in Paris, France and in Berlin, Germany, Chamber Players International, Luzerne Festival Series, Musica Classical at the Colombian Consulate, Mohawk Trails Concerts, the Interlochen Faculty Chamber Series, Classical at Cornelia Street, and has given chamber music performances with Amazonas as well as with the Larchmont Chamber Players at Carnegie Hall. She has toured with the Sernedip Piano Trio, RT9 Ensemble, Anderson Hill Trio, and with Eric Genuis’ Concerts for Hope, performing chamber music in state prisons across the US. She has been a concerto soloist with the Holyoke Civic Symphony, and has been a feature with the Opus One Chamber Orchestra, and Asian Cultural Symphony.
Molly has played on such series as the Bargemusic: Here and Now, Loudbox, Composer's Voice, Spectrum NYC, Lex54 Concerts, Firehouse Space Concerts, Interlochen New Music Series, Wednesdays at the ‘Neu,’ and recently completed a Georgia tour presented by Live Oak Concerts with Schiele string quartet, featuring the music of composer Shelley Washington. Not limited to the realm of classical music, Molly has performed with such artists as Rod Stewart, Josh Groban, Michael Buble, Andrea Bocelli, Disturbed, 2Cellos, The Irish Tenors, Celtic Thunder, The Game of Thrones Live Experience, and Pokemon Symphonic Evolutions. Recently she appeared with Vanessa Williams at Lincoln Center, Songwriter’s Orchestra at Le Poisson Rouge, Broadway Action Coalition, and played on Sessions at the Hempstead House jazz series.
Molly has held teaching positions as an adjunct cello instructor at SUNY Purchase, chamber music coach for the New York State Summer School of the Arts – Orchestral Studies, and was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to join the cello faculty at Interlochen Arts Camp. She is currently a Teaching Artist with the InterSchool Orchestras’ Symphony, and is on faculty at the Luzerne Music Center, and Larchmont Music Academy.
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