Andrew Larson

Utah Symphony Cello

Musician Representative on the USUO Board of Trustees since September 2018

Andrew Larson joined the cello section of the Utah Symphony in September 2015. Born into a musical family, his cello studies began at age 7. Formal training led him to performance degrees from the Eastman School of Music and New England Conservatory. As a student he participated in various festivals including Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, Sapporo, and Spoleto. He was also a participant at the New York String Orchestra Seminar in 2005 and 2006. He studied chamber music with Andre Roy and Gerhard Schulz at the 2011 McGill International String Quartet Academy in Montreal. A member of the New World Symphony in 2014, he also performs with the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra. His primary teachers include David Ying, Paul Katz, and Natasha Brofsky. Other influential teachers include Dorothea Figueroa and Ronald Feldman.

Andrew was elected by his musician colleagues to represent them on the USUO Board of Trustees and Executive Committee for a two-year term beginning September 2018.