• Molly Aronson


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    As a cellist known for her “solidity and verve” (San Francisco Classical Voice), Molly Aronson enjoys a varied career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, and educator. She has performed across the U.S. and internationally with highlight engagements including performances at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, the Embassy Series, Bargemusic, Chamber Players International (New York), the Luzerne Festival Series, New York Composers Circle, Chateau Festival (Paris and Berlin), among many others.


    As a proponent of new music, Molly frequently premieres, performs, and records music by contemporary composers. She has worked with influential composers such as Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Moravec, Guggenheim Fellow Felipe Salles, Shelley Washington, and frequently records with the American Composer’s Alliance.


    Molly has performed with popular artists including the Eagles, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, and Michael Bublé at distinguished venues such as Radio City Music Hall and Madison Square Garden. She has worked with Grammy-award winning producers and engineers recording on albums with many classical, jazz, and pop musicians, and can be heard on the Arabesque and Naxos Labels and movie soundtracks for Warner Brothers and Sundance films.


    Using music as a vehicle for positive change, Molly has performed at the United Nations, in nursing homes and dementia wards, schools, prisons, and has organized multiple fundraisers for causes related to Autism. She believes that opportunity begins with exposure and accessibility, and aligns herself with organizations and patrons that support young musicians in need. Molly currently maintains a large private studio of cellists, many of whom have been competition winners, and been admitted to major conservatories and music degree programs.

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