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Andrew Mark is a professor of cello at the Conservatory.
From 1988 to 1991, Mark served as a U.S. Artistic Ambassador, giving recitals and master classes throughout Europe, Asia, Central America, and South America. He was cellist of the Boston Composers String Quartet (1987–1994) and the CORE Ensemble (1993–2000), with whom he premiered more than 100 new chamber works and collaborated with composers such as Donald Martino, Bernard Rands, Leon Kirchner, and Witold Lutoslawski.
Mark’s festival performances include Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music, Newport Music Festival, Moscow Autumn Festival, Schreyahner Herbst Festival (Germany), June in Buffalo Festival, Daytona International Festival, Chautauqua Festival, Rockport Chamber Music Festival, and Portland Chamber Music Festival. As an orchestral player, he performs regularly with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and has served as an extra player with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops since 1990. He also performs with Boston Chamber Music Society. Mark has worked with esteemed conductors Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland and has given solo concerto performances with the Florida Philharmonic, the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, the Chamber Orchestra of Boston, the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra, New Hampshire Symphony, Waterloo Symphony (Indiana), and the Yamagata Symphony (Japan), as well as numerous ensembles in the New England area. His recordings can be heard on the New World, Koch, Albany, Dorian, CRI, Ongaku, and Neuma labels.
In addition to Boston Conservatory, Mark is a faculty member at New England Conservatory's Preparatory School and Walnut Hill School for the Arts. He previously served on the faculties of the Longy School of Music and MIT. Mark has instructed master classes at the Central Conservatory in Beijing, the Sichuan Conservatory (China), the Sibelius Academy (Finland), Enescu Conservatory (Romania), Nuremberg Conservatory (Germany), Reykjavik College of Music (Iceland), and throughout the United States.
Over the years, Mark’s teaching excellence has been recognized by esteemed organizations, including the Foundation for the Advancement of String Education and American String Teachers Association (Massachusetts Chapter).