Louise Dubin



Area of Study

Chamber Music , Private Lessons , Workshop Leader

Career Highlights

  • D.M. Indiana University School of Music
  • Professional Studies Certificate M.M Mannes College of Music
  • B.A., English Literature Columbia College
  • Juilliard Exchange Program student

Dr. Louise Dubin has been featured at festivals including the Festival de Violoncelle de Beauvais (France), VioloncellenSeine (Paris), Bargemusic, Caramoor, and Piccolo Spoleto. She’s performed chamber music with the Garth Newel Quartet, the Artaria Quartet, Stephanie Chase and Steve Lubin, Daniel Hope at the Savannah Festival, Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Tanglewood Music Center, Zankel Hall, and with Stefon Harris at The Jazz Standard. She is currently in Harry Connick Jr.’s Cole Celebration of Cole Porter on Broadway and has served as solo cellist of Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour, Auckland Philharmonia, Charleston Symphony, and Swedish Chamber Orchestra. She plays with many other orchestras including Baltimore Symphony and New Jersey Symphony.

Her solo album The Franchomme Project (Delos, 2015) won critical acclaim in the US, Canada, England and France. Her live performances on Fred Child’s Performance Today and her interviews on Julie Amacher’s “Classical Tracks” and on “Classical Classroom” have been broadcast on NPR syndicates throughout the US. Indiana University awarded her the Graduate School’s top grants for her doctoral research abroad in France. In 2017, she was commissioned to write the Introduction to Selected Works for Cello and Piano by Auguste Franchomme (Dover).

She has taught cello and chamber music at Juilliard’s Pre-College, Apple Hill, Greenwich House Music School, and University of Auckland. Masterclasses: North Greenville University, Sam Houston State University, University of Connecticut, Grand Valley State University, Wichita State University, University of Virginia.