Instructor of Cello, Interlochen Arts Camp
Associate Professor of Cello and Chamber Music, Ohio State University
M.M. & B.M., cello performance, Juilliard; LL.B., University of Saskatchewan
Mark Rudoff is Strings Area Head and Associate Professor of cello and chamber music at The Ohio State University. A respected chamber and orchestra musician, Mark performs with Janus, the Galileo Trio and Chiarina Piano Quartet, and served as principal cello of the Calgary Philharmonic and Saskatoon Symphony Orchestras. He has taught at the Zephyr International and Florentia Consort Festivals, and juried for the Eckhardt-Gramatte, Fischoff and Plowman competitions. Mark is Music Director of the Cincinnati Community Orchestra, and previously conducted the Winnipeg and Saskatoon Youth Orchestras.
Mark earned BM and MM degrees at Juilliard, studying under Lynn Harrell, Harvey Shapiro, Joel Krosnick and Lorne Munroe, and graduating with the Edward Steuermann Prize. Mark also holds an LL.B. from University of Saskatchewan, serving on the Saskatchewan Law Review and graduating with distinction. He is a 2018 recipient of Ohio State University’s Ronald and Deborah Ratner Distinguished Teaching Award in Arts and Humanities.