Sandi-Jo Malmon, BM, MM, AD

Instructor, Cello

Sandi-Jo Malmon (cello) is an active chamber music and orchestral performer. She made her Lincoln Center debut in 1991 as a founding member of the Boston Quartet.  A founding member also of the Kaleidoscope Chamber Music Ensemble, she has performed as an Artist in Residence at the Mill Pond Center for the Arts in Durham, NH, and has appeared in concert at various venues around New England, in the Midwest, on the eastern seaboard and in Europe.

She is currently a member of the Lake George Opera Festival (New York) and has performed with the Eleva Chamber Players, New Hampshire Symphony, Springfield Symphony, Opera Boston, Cantata Singers, the Boston Secession, and the Hanover Chamber Orchestra.  She received degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music, the Longy School of Music, and Oberlin College Conservatory of Music.

She has served on the faculties of the International composers’ conference at Wellesley College, the International string conference in Pennsylvania, Powers Music School, and the Brookline Music School. She has taught master classes at the Longy School of Music.

Ms. Malmon has recorded for numerous documentaries and PBS series including the NOVA series  about “The String Theory” and can be heard on Blue Hill Records, North Star Records, Lakewest Records, and Pamet River recordings.

Ms. Malmon is the Librarian for Collection Development at the Loeb Music Library at Harvard University.

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