Dr. John Marshall

Instructor of Cello, Interlochen Arts Camp; Faculty, Interlochen Cello Institute

Principal Cello, Spokane Symphony Orchestra; Director of Orchestra and Professor of Cello, Eastern Washington University

D.M., Cello Performance, Northwestern University; M.M., Cello Performance, Yale University; B.M., Cello Performance, Indiana University; Diploma, Interlochen Arts Academy

John Marshall is the Director of Orchestra/Professor of Cello at Eastern Washington University and Principal Cellist with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra.  With the SSO, he has appeared as a soloist 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. 

Marshall has recorded and produced three compact discs of music for cello and bassoon with his wife and musical partner, Lynne Feller-Marshall.  The PARADOX duo has also filmed two unique music videos featuring their own arrangements of music by Jimi Hendrix and Paul Desmond. 

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 of CELLObration and cello ensemble at Interlochen is available on YouTube.