is a performing baroque cellist, teaching artist, and private teacher based in Boston, MA. She has studied baroque performance at festivals and academies
nationwide. As a teaching artist, Emily gives lectures on baroque music, historical string playing, and music history for elementary through college-level students. Her writing and marketing background give her a distinguished voice in the classical music world—check out her blog Historically Incorrect, become a fan on Facebook, or get to know her on
Instagram. Here you’ll find information on Emily, including upcoming concerts, videos and recordings, and teaching philosophy.

“Emily is one of the leading baroque cellists of the new generation—her playing
combines technical excellence with a sophisticated taste for style and

—Tess Remy-Schumacher, Department Chair of The University of Central Oklahoma Center for Historical Performance

Recent News:
Website redesign now live! (10.21.13)
Emily’s debut solo album, BASS SOUNDS, now available online. (2.17.13)