I am a Greenville, NC native that has played cello for over 10 years and am currently studying music performance at East Carolina University. I have concertized around the United States, southern France, and Canada, and I gave my Carnegie Hall debut last April!
I have a wide variety of music for all events- and if I don't have it, chances are I can get it!
I can play solo and also arrange groups if you wish to hear duets, strings quartets, cello quartets, etc. instead; let me know what you want and I will get it for you!
Price Range: Contact for rates
Languages: English, French, Hebrew
A first prize winner of the NCMTA and Eastern Youth Orchestra competitions, Scott Alex Lavine is a freshman at East Carolina University, where he is continuing his studies with his mentor of four years, Emanuel Gruber. Other teachers have included Jeffrey Solow, Christopher Nunnally, and Wendy Bissinger. Alex has participated in masterclasses with such figures as Lynn Harrell, Colin Carr, Marcy Rosen, Fred Sherry, and Arkady Orlovsky. A regular participant in the Soli Deo Gloria concert series in Greenville, Alex has also participated in the Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival’s Next Generation program, where he has gotten to collaborate with Ara Gregorian, Hye-Jin Kim, Zvi Plesser, and Colin Carr. Alex has served as principal cellist of the Eastern Youth Orchestra, Summit Music Festival Orchestra, and currently performs as part of the ECU Symphony Orchestra. During the summer, he has studied at Summit Music Festival in Purchase, New York, Zodiac Music Festival in Valdeblore, France, and the Summer Chamber Music Institute in Greenville, North Carolina. An avid chamber musician, Alex has had the chance to work with and be coached by Yoram Youngerman, Michael Klotz, Jeffrey Solow, Miriam Hahn, Keiko Sekino, and Hye-Jin Kim. As second place winner of the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition, Alex will be making his Carnegie Hall debut in New York this April.
Upcoming Booked Events
|September 09, 2018 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm||Wedding Ceremony|
Just a chair! Not too picky about specifics, but not too short would be nice!