Brooks Whitehouse, cello

Brooks Whitehouse has performed and taught chamber music throughout the US and abroad, holding Artists-in-Residence positions at SUNY Stony Brook, the Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY, the University of Virginia, as a member of The Guild Trio, and The Tanglewood Music Center. The Guild Trio was a winner of both the USIA Artistic Ambassador and Chamber Music Yellow Springs competitions; with them he has performed and held master classes throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Norway, Turkey, the former Yugoslavia, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Portugal, France and Australia. In 1991 The Guild Trio received a three-year grant from Chamber Music America for their unique music/medicine residency at SUNY Stony Brook's Medical School. The trio has been a frequent feature on National Public Radio's "Performance Today", and has also appeared on the University of Missouri's public television series "Premiere Performances", and "Front Row Center" on KETC-TV9 in St. Louis. As a soloist Whitehouse has appeared with the New England Chamber Orchestra, the Nashua Symphony, the New Brunswick Symphony, the Billings Symphony, and the Owensboro Symphony, and has appeared in recital throughout the northeastern United States. His performances have been broadcast on WQXR's "McGraw-Hill Young Artist Showcase", WNYC's "Around New York," and the Australian and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation networks. He has held fellowships at the Blossom and Bach Aria festivals, and was winner of the Cabot prize as a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center. As guest artist he has appeared with the Seacliffe Chamber Players, the New Millennium Ensemble, the JU Piano Trio, The Apple Hill Chamber Players, the Atelier Ensemble and the New Zealand String Quartet.

After his graduation from Harvard College, Brooks Whitehouse studied with Timothy Eddy and Norman Fischer, earning Master of Music and Doctorate of Musical Arts degrees from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. In 2006 he was appointed to the faculty of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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