Mr. David Cho
Mr. David Cho, Strings Teacher, is in his eighth year as teacher for Strings at St. Rita School. He is also enjoying a full and active freelance career in the Washington, DC area. Highlights include performances at Wolf Trap, the Kennedy Center for opera and ballet, National Gallery Orchestra, Iris Orchestra in Memphis, TN, and Post Classical Ensemble. Past solo engagements include Piedmont Symphony Orchestra in Warrenton, VA and the Friday Morning Music Club orchestra, Washington, DC. Before coming to the DC area, he was an Assistant Principal Cellist with the Memphis Symphony for twelve seasons. He holds a Master of Music Degree in Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of Southern California with additional musical studies at Indiana University in Bloomington. Major teachers were Bernard Greenhouse, Ronald Leonard, Fritz Magg, and Michael Haber. Work at major festivals includes The Music Festival at Bellingham in Washington State, Colorado Music Festival in Boulder, and fellowships at Sarasota, and Tanglewood.