LESLIE ROGERS FRITTELLI, cellist, received her Bachelor of Music Degree from the Philadelphia Musical Academy and Master of Music from Brooklyn College, both in cello performance. Ms. Frittelli's primary teachers include Robert Sylvester, Paul Katz, David Finckel and Lynn Harrell, and chamber music studies with members of the Tokyo, Cleveland and Julliard String Quartets. She has performed as an orchestral member with Aspen Festival Orchestra, Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds, Graz Music Festival, Greater Trenton Symphony Orchestra, Scranton-Wilkes Barre Symphony Orchestra, Austin Symphony Orchestra, Virginia Symphony and the Virginia Opera, among others. Currently, Ms. Frittelli is Adjunct Associate Professor at Old Dominion University, faculty member of the Governors School for the Arts, maintains a private studio, and participates in numerous performances throughout the area.
M.S. in Music, Brooklyn College School of Performing Arts, (1980)
B.M. in , The University of the Arts, (1976)