Composer in Residence
Praised for her vibrant lyricism, fresh interpretations and expressive performances, cellist Caroline Stinson is sought after by orchestras and fellow musicians nationally and abroad for solo and chamber music concerts of both traditional and contemporary repertoire. Ms. Stinson's more recent performance credits include concerto performances with the Syracuse Symphony and solo cello appearances at Bargemusic and Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.
A champion of contemporary music, Ms. Stinson has joined forces with the acclaimed LARK Quartet and continues as a member of Open End (a new music and improvisation group founded with her husband, composer and violinist Andrew Waggoner) and CELLO. Caroline is a teaching assistant to Joel Krosnick at the Juilliard School and is on the cello and chamber music faculty at the Setnor School of Music at Syracuse University.