With a diverse career as a cellist and pedagogue, Molly Aronson is a musician known for her “solidity and verve” (San Francisco Classical Voice).
Molly has performed across the United States and internationally, playing concerts in settings as varied as Carnegie Hall to state prisons. Some highlight engagements include performances on the Embassy Series, Bargemusic, Savannah Philharmonic Chamber Music Series, Luzerne Festival Series, Candlelight Concerts with the Highline Quartet, The DiBlasiis Series at the Hyde Museum, Chamber Players International, Mohawk Trails Concerts, and Interlochen Faculty Chamber Series, and as a concerto soloist with the Valley Winds and Holyoke Civic Symphony.
As a proponent of new music, Molly frequently premieres, performs, and records the works of contemporary composers, collaborating with institutions such as the American Composer’s Alliance and the New York Composer’s Circle. She has worked with such composers as Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Moravec, Guggenheim Fellow Felipe Salles, Curtis faculty Nick DiBernadino, and prizewinners Shelley Washington and Nicholas Virzi, among many others, and has played with the American Composer’s Orchestra.
Outside of classical music, Molly has performed with the Eagles, Josh Groban, Rod Stewart, and Michael Bublé, and has recorded with many independent artists and on soundtracks for Warner Brothers and Sundance films. Molly is on faculty at Bloomingdale School of Music and maintains a private studio in New York City.