Instructor of Cello, Interlochen Arts Camp; Faculty, Interlochen Cello Institute
Professor of Cello/Chamber Music at Eastern Washington University and Principal Cellist with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra
D.M., Cello Performance, Northwestern University; M.M., Cello Performance, Yale University; B.M., Cello Performance, Indiana University
John Marshall has been Professor of Cello/Chamber Music at Eastern Washington University and Principal Cellist with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra since 1994. He has appeared as soloist with the SSO over 20 times. Marshall is a graduate of IAA and received degrees from Indiana, Yale, and Northwestern Universities, studying with Janos Starker, Aldo Parisot, and Hans Jensen. His doctoral dissertation focuses on music for two cellos and orchestra. He has been a prizewinner in numerous competitions, including those sponsored by WAMSO (Minnesota Orchestra), the Union League Civic and Arts Foundation, and the Chicago Cello Society. Marshall was selected twice to participate in the prestigious Piatigorsky Cello Seminar. Marshall has recorded and produced two CD's of music for cello and bassoon with his wife and musical partner, Lynne Feller-Marshall. "SOAK: The Marriage of Cello and Bassoon" and "MiX-5: Premiere Recordings for Bassoon and Cello" are available at cdbaby.com and iTunes. An advocate of cello ensemble, Marshall created the annual CELLObration Spokane festival, which brings together over 60 student and professional cellists for a day of learning and performing music for cello ensemble. Video clips of CELLObration and cello ensemble at Interlochen are available on YouTube.