Cellist and Artist-in-Residence at the College of the Holy Cross, Jan Müller-Szeraws' solo-engagements have included performances with the New England Philharmonic, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Moscow Symphony Orchestra and Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile with repertoire ranging from traditional concertos to contemporary compositions, premiering most recently the concerto version of Shirish Korde’s “Lalit” with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra. He is member of contemporary music ensemble Boston Musica Viva and can be heard frequently in solo and chamber music recitals across New England and abroad. Recently he has been pairing Bach’s Cello Suites with works by Shirish Korde in his project “Bach & Ragas”. He has been guest professor at the Universidad Católica de Chile, as well as guest principal cellist for the Bamberg Symphony in Germany. He currently teaches at the Phillips Academy.
This Artist performs in the following events:
Serenades at Noon, Musica Transatlantica, Time Lost & Found, Summer Sounds, Masters & Students, Song Fest, (Non)Sense & Sensibility, Sonata Quasi Una Fantasia, Seeing Double, Gateway to Heaven